E. Hunter Harrison

2017

In 2017, E. Hunter Harrison earned a total compensation of $151.1M as Former President and Chief Executive Officer at CSX.

Compensation breakdown

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$600,339
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$3,490,368
Option Awards$115,884,000
Salary$1,885,703
Other$29,286,876
Total$151,147,286

Harrison received $115.9M in option awards, accounting for 76.67% of the total pay in 2017.

Harrison also received $600.3K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $3.5M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.9M in salary and $29.3M in other compensation.

Rankings

In 2017, E. Hunter Harrison's compensation ranked 2nd out of 14,017 executives tracked by ExecPay.

ClassificationRankingPercentile
All
2
out of 14,017
100th
Division
Transportation, Communications, Electric, Gas, And Sanitary Services
1
out of 882
100th
Major group
Railroad Transportation
1
out of 33
97th
Industry group
Railroads
1
out of 33
97th
Industry
Railroads, Line-Haul Operating
1
out of 33
97th
Source: SEC filing on April 5, 2018.

Harrison's colleagues

We found eight more compensation records of executives who worked with E. Hunter Harrison at CSX in 2017.

2017

Michael Ward

CSX

Chief Executive Officer

2017

Fredrik Eliasson

CSX

Former Executive Vice President and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer

2017

Ellen Fitzsimmons

CSX

General Counsel

2017

Mark Wallace

CSX

Chief Administrative Officer

2017

Frank Lonegro

CSX

Chief Financial Officer

2017

Sarah Brandt

CSX

Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

2017

Peter Shudtz

CSX

Vice President — Federal Regulation

2017

James Foote

CSX

Chief Executive Officer

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