Fiat CEO sells U.S. $ 5 million in 2013

Fiat CEO sells U.S. $ 5 million in 2013

Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat Automobiles Chrysler received $ 5 million, adding up salaries and bonuses during the year 2013. The information was revealed by Automotive News Europe website, which also mentioned the profit from Fiat last year: $ 4.7 billion.

Although the numbers are high, it is noteworthy that, in 2012, Marchionne had an annual salary of $ 6.24 million, or $ 1.24 million more than it received last year. The fixed salary of the executive is U.S. $ 3.19 million annually, an amount that increases with some achievements.

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