Compensation for both U.S. chief executives and outside directors of U.S. boards rose in 2003, according to a survey by The Conference Board.
Median total compensation for U.S. CEOs in 2003 (the latest year for which data is available) was higher in all industries covered in an annual study by The Conference Board based on data from 2,986 U.S. companies.
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