Externally hired CEOs cost 50% more

08/11/2008 | Financial Week

CEOs hired from outside a company make far more money than those promoted from within, new research shows. Companies pay the premium to get experienced CEOs who are willing to accept the risk of moving to an unfamiliar organization. That's one expense the board and senior executives can prevent with good succession planning.

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