The company's top executives were paid a total of $22 million in 2012, less than half of what they made in the previous year.
Pre-ordered Microsoft Surface tablets are shipping later than expected, so the big M is dishing out vouchers to say sorry.
Recent events at the Internet phone giant have some wondering if certain execs are getting shortchanged or if the ways of Silicon Valley are changing.
Apple CEO Tim Cook's massive stock grant last year continues to put him on the top of executive compensation lists.
BlackBerry wants to make it up to you for last week's smart phone meltdown with some free apps. And, er, that's it.
Nasdaq aims to release the plan next week, Fox Business News reports -- and it could be an all-cash fund larger than the $40 million fund originally proposed.
O2 says its phone network is back up and running, and thoughts are turning to compensation.
In its latest measure, Sony is offering Sony Online customers a month of free service, plus ID theft monitoring and in-game perks to make up for the outage related to the security breach. Is that enough?
The Korean consumer electronics giant won the ruling in a court in The Hague, according to reports.
The software giant tacitly acknowledges that its stock performance isn't strong enough to retain its best workers.