The Rankings: Top-Paid CIOs in 2006

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2006-08-01 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A ranking of the 46 top technology executives of the largest 1,000 companies in the U.S. by compensation package for 2005, as disclosed in their companies' regulatory filings.

Click on an executive's name to see photo and additional details of their compensation package.

Rank Company Top Technology ExecTitle*Total 2005 Salary
1Hewlett-Packard Randy Mott (1) EVP, CIO $10,293,027
2 PNC Financial Services GroupTim ShackEVP, CIO $7,222,669
3 Lehman BrothersJon Beyman (2)Chief of Operations and Technology$6,442,682
4 Albertson'sBob Dunst (3) EVP Technology & Supply Chain$4,475,456
5 Coventry Health CareHarvey DeMovick Jr.EVP Customer Service Operations, CIO$3,806,739
6 BellSouth Fran DramisChief Information, E-Commerce and Security Officer$3,763,100
7 AlltelJeffrey FoxGroup President Shared Services$3,648,669
8State Street Corp.Joe Antonellis (4)EVP, CIO $2,601,415
9 Northwest Airlines Corp. Philip HaanEVP, International, Alliance and I.T.$2,255,214
10Owens CorningDavid JohnsSVP, Chief Supply Chain and I.T. Officer$2,088,551
11 Safeco Corp. Yom Senegor (5) EVP, CIO $2,006,662
12 General Dynamics Corp.Gerard DeMuro EVP IS&T $2,005,491
13 Kindred HealthcareRick Chapman EVP, Chief Administrative & Information Officer$1,907,966
14 Northern Trust Corp. Tim Theriault EVP, President Worldwide Operations and Technology$1,859,163
15Edison InternationalMahvash YazdiSVP, CIO $1,690,039
16Kroger Michael Heschel (6) EVP, CIO $1,482,899
17 Landstar System Larry Thomas VP, CIO $1,464,594
18 UnumProvident Corp. Bob BestEVP Service Operations, CIO$1,208,123
19 Selective Insurance GroupRichard ConnellSenior EVP, CIO $1,194,634
20 Humana Bruce GoodmanSVP, Chief Service & Information Officer$1,165,388
21US BancorpBill ChenevichVice Chairman, Technology and Operations Services$1,083,417

NEXT: Nos. 22 to 46

* Titles abbreviated
(1) Mott joined in July 2005
(2) Beyman left in March, replaced by Bridget O'Connor
(3) Dunst left in June after Albertson's was acquired by Supervalu, which named Paul Singer CIO for the combined company in July
(4) Antonellis became an executive officer in 2005
(5) Senegor left in April, replaced by Bill Jenks
(6) Heschel retired in January, replaced by Christopher Hjelm




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