The worst that a CEO could do for a company is to take money.

The worst of all that a chief executive can do is take his own money.

This week’s episode of our podcast, “CEOs Are Not Men,” looks at the worst that CEOs can do to their companies.

The episode is based on a study by researchers at the Harvard Business School and the University of Pennsylvania.

They asked 100 CEOs and 130,000 workers to rate the job performance of the company’s chief executive officers, chief financial officers, and chief operating officers on three factors.

The companies with the highest and lowest scores were rated the worst in each category, with companies that received higher scores in each of the three areas giving lower scores to the executives.

The bottom 10 percent of the scorers gave the least to the chief executives and the top 10 percent the highest scores.

Here are the top ten worst scores for each of those executives.1.

CEO pay and perks2.

CEO bonuses3.

CEO compensation4.

CEO stock appreciation5.

CEOs’ paychecks6.

CEO pension plans7.

CEO benefits8.

CEOs pay for their health care9.

CEOs use the company stock10.CEOs take their own money The bottom 20 percent of CEOs scored the highest, but the worst performers were the CEOs who took the company money.

In all, more than half the CEOs took their own stock in the company and the bottom 20% took less than half.

The worst thing that a CEOs can take is to have more than 50% of the people who work for them take their paychecks.

The best thing that they can do, the study found, is have fewer than 5% of their workers take their compensation.

It also found that the CEOs that took money from the company did so only at a lower rate than the other CEOs.CEO pay is the highest of all the metrics measured, but only because the CEOs had a lot of money.

More than $1.3 trillion in stock options and stock options granted each year were awarded to the CEOs of these companies.

That is the largest portion of executive compensation ever awarded to a chief executives, according to the study.

The study found that CEOs who received stock options were rewarded with a large pay increase, with stock options giving an average bonus of more than $2,200 per year.

This average bonus is less than one-tenth the salary of a typical full-time worker.

CEOs with stock-based compensation also received bonuses for their performance on their companies’ boards of directors.

The study found the highest-paid CEOs received nearly four times the compensation of their employees.CEO compensation is also the highest in the country for a chief operating officer.

The average pay for a COO is $2.8 million, according the study, which is more than six times that of an S&P 500 CEO.

The top CEO in the nation, Google’s Sundar Pichai, earned $2 million in 2014.

Pichai is the head of the Google parent company Alphabet.

He is the founder of the software company, Google.

He joined the company in 2004 and was the first COO in the history of the business.