This week Business Herald reporter Hamish Fletcher put the spotlight on New Zealand CEO's pay. Catch up on the coverage, including radio interviews, video and interactive data.
Catch up on Herald's coverage of the CEO Pay Survey:
• CEO Pay Survey: Bosses' pay up 230pc in decade
• The decade of rising rewards
• CEO Pay Survey: Spierings salary labelled 'absurd'
• CEO pay rises dwarf average workers'
• Liam Dann: Chief executive salaries merely keeping pace with buoyant market
Where are the women?
No women are in charge of any of the top New Zealand companies in the Business Herald's executive pay survey.
Only one woman, former Summerset Group chief executive Norah Barlow, made this year's pay rankings and she retired from that position in April 2014.
• CEO Pay Survey: 'Heartbreaking' lack of female executives
• Fran O'Sullivan: Lack of women at the top needs to change
• Solid diversity change yet to be seen: EY partner
LISTEN: TVNZ chair Joan Withers talks to Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking about the lack of women in the CEO pay survey:
The average pay for the chiefs of New Zealand's top listed technology companies has jumped and the fact there are now eight firms in the latest Business Herald pay survey is indicative of a shift in the business sector, say commentators.
The bosses of New Zealand's biggest companies enjoyed an average pay rise of 10 per cent last year, their biggest bump since 2010.
The increase for those at the top dwarfs the 3 per cent of growth for the average wage and salary earner in the year to June 2014.
INTERACTIVE: CEO salaries and company profit/loss from 2004 to 2014