A senior engineer with the Department of Homeland Security received $57,163, more than a third of his annual salary.
Lewis netted $110 million in salary, stocks, and bonuses from 2001 to 2007 for his merger work.
Wagoner has also agreed to cut his salary to $1 a year and sell the company jets.
Jobs has been receiving an annual salary of $1 since returning to Apple, but he also owns a large amount of Apple stock.
Eventually Franco took an acting job so his production company could put his salary into Palo Alto.
Well, I don't like to feel that my salary's going on with me not earning it.
I have had my salary raised and am now rejoicing in twenty-two dollars a week.
I shall pay them two weeks salary, which will be all they can ask.
Tom saw, at a glance, that it was his own salary for the current quarter.
The same theory which he was practicing concerning his own salary he wished to see introduced as an article of the Constitution.
late 13c., "compensation, payment," whether periodical, for regular service or for a specific service; from Anglo-French salarie, Old French salaire "wages, pay, reward," from Latin salarium "salary, stipend, pension," originally "salt-money, soldier's allowance for the purchase of salt," noun use of neuter of adjective salarius "pertaining to salt," from sal (genitive salis) "salt" (see salt (n.)). Japanese sarariman "male salaried worker," literally "salary-man," is from English.
"to pay a regular salary to," late 15c., from salary (n.). Related: Salaried, which as an adjective in reference to positions originally was contrasted with honorary; lately with hourly.