AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega Executive Compensation

Ralph de la Vega CEO of AT&T Mobility Made $11 Million in 2010
The CEO of AT&T Mobility makes $10 million dollars per year. See the latest numbers of Ralph de la Vega's Compensation for 2010 from Forbes.  Ralph took a modest salary of $820,833 and other stock bonuses that grossed him exactly $10,894,670 in 2010.

Ralph de la Vega was the former CEO of AT&T Mobility, which is the mobile phone division of AT&T Inc. He held the position from 2007 to 2016. During his tenure, de la Vega played a significant role in expanding AT&T's wireless business, including the launch of the iPhone exclusive partnership in 2007.

Under de la Vega's leadership, AT&T Mobility experienced notable growth, expanding its network coverage, and launching initiatives such as the deployment of the 4G LTE network. He also oversaw the acquisition of Alltel's wireless assets and the integration of AT&T's wireless business with its wireline operations.  

How does this compare to his superior Randall Stephenson's executive compensation who took home $27 million in 2010.  Sounds like a wonderful Ponzi scheme to me or a house of cards that is waiting to come crashing down has also paid out $10 billion dollars of dividends to shareholders.   See the details of Ralph de la Vega's compensation in 2010. 

Restricted stock awards$4,000,024.00
All other compensation$96,850.00
Option awards $$36,513.00
Non-equity incentive plan compensation$1,700,000.00
Change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings$4,240,450.00
Total Compensation$10,894,670.00

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