Here Were Microsoft’s Top Paid Executives In 2021
Wade Tyler Millward
Microsoft saw $168.1 billion in sales for fiscal year 2021 as it hailed the results of “another year of historic financial performance.”
3. Amy E. Hood
Amy Hood, a Microsoft executive vice president and the company’s chief financial officer, received total compensation of about $23.5 million in fiscal year 2021. That’s a 20 percent increase year over year.
She received about $996,000 in salary and about $17.9 million in stock awards, both 21 percent increases year over year.
Microsoft gave Hood about $4.5 million in non-equity incentive plan compensation, 22 percent more year over year. Hood received about $62,000 in other compensation, mostly in the form of charitable gifts.
Some of Hood’s key results during the fiscal year include “reinvigorating Windows as an important revenue driver, accelerating the pivot to ‘digital first’ in light of changing market conditions, solidifying our commercial strategy, and refining our consumer strategy,” according to Microsoft.