Hawaii's building boom has been good for CEOs' wallets
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii's booming economy was reflected in the pocketbooks of the isle's top CEOs.
Boosted by strong company earnings, Bank of Hawaii's CEO Peter Ho was the highest paid executive, earning $5 million last year.
His counterpart at First Hawaiian Bank, Robert Harrison, earned $4.3 million last year.
In the transportation sector, Matson CEO Matthew Cox earned $4.1 million and Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian Airlines top executive received $3.7 million.
Both of these companies are benefiting Hawaii's tourism and building boom.
|Peter Ho||CEO||Bank of Hawaii Corp.||$5.0 million||-3.20%|
|Robert Harrison||CEO||First Hawaiian Inc.||$4.3 million||82.30%|
|Matthew Co||CEO||Matson Inc.||$4.1 million||-7.50%|
|Mark Dunkerley||CEO||Hawaiian Holdings Inc.||$3.7 million||14.00%|
|Constance Lau||CEO||Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc.||$3.1 million||12.70%|
|Christopher Benjamin||CEO||Alexander & Baldwin Inc.||$2.2 million||80.40%|
|Scott Barber||CEO||Hawaiian Telcom Holdco Inc.||$1.4 million||13.30%|
|A. Catherine Ngo||CEO||Central Pacific Financial Corp.||$1.1 million||-4.10%|
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