Microsoft CEO and Chairman Satya Nadella’s total compensation for fiscal year 2021 grew to nearly $50 million as the tech behemoth‘s revenue ballooned in the face of the pandemic, according to a recent filing from the tech giant with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. But Nadella isn’t the only Microsoft executive to get a pay bump.
Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft disclosed the pay packages of its top five executives last week. In the filings, Microsoft called its fiscal year 2021, which ended June 30, “another year of historic financial performance.”
Microsoft saw $168.1 billion in sales for fiscal year 2021, an increase of 18 percent year over year. Profits also rose 38 percent from the year before to $61.3 billion.
Other highlights: Commercial cloud revenue increased 34 percent to $69.1 billion. Dynamics products and cloud services revenue increased 25 percent. And Windows Commercial products and cloud services revenue increased 14 percent, according to Microsoft.
The filings highlight business milestones including Microsoft’s security business surpassing $10 billion in annual revenue, LinkedIn’s annual revenues exceeding $10 billion, Dynamics seeing four consecutive quarters of accelerating revenue and nearly 250 million monthly active users on Teams. They also note the potential of recently launched Windows 365, Windows 11 and the pending $19.7 billion acquisition of Nuance Communications.
Also revealed in the filing is the nomination of a new board member: Carlos Rodriguez, the 57-year-old president and CEO of human resources software provider Automatic Data Processing.
Here’s a rundown of the Microsoft executives from lowest to highest compensation.