Gwynedd say the figure reflects "one-off costs" linked to re-organising its senior management, but the TaxPayers' Alliance insist it's the amount paid to the authority's chief executive
for the 2013-14 period.
Anthony O'Sullivan, his deputy Nigel Barnett and head of legal Dan Perkins are suspended on full pay pending their trial for allegedly committing misconduct in public office.
Its chief executive
officer Bob Grabill, together with the organisationa[euro](tm)s employees, will keep their positions.
Other results showed that 66% of recruited chief executives
in the FTSE-350 were internal appointments.
The new board elected at the meeting includes the chairman Mr Bucheery who is BBK chief executive
officer, vice-chairman Mohammed Ebrahim Mohammed who is BisB chief executive
, Citibank chief executive
Mazin Manna, BMI chief executive
Jamal Al Hazeem, Oasis Capital Bank chief executive
Dr Farid Al Mulla, Al Baraka Bank chief executive
Mohammed Al Mutaweh plus two independent directors Isa Abdul Rahmin and Rashed Abdul Rahim.
Only one in five chief executives
was female, although pay rates were similar to men, said the IDS report.
A lot of council chief executives
do not have that level of responsibility.
Edwardson is chairman and chief executive
, CDW, Vernon Hills, Ill.
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Doug Parker is well-liked by his employees and described as witty and smart, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Ian Thompson, chief executive
of Gateshead Primary Care Trust, is taking early retirement.
Responsibilities: He is the chief executive
and top deal maker of the fourth largest black-owned investment bank in the country.