BIG RAISE: Johnson & Johnson's CEO got an 8 percent raise in compensation for 2011, at $23.4 million. Yet the health care giant turned in mediocre results, continues a 2 1/2-year string of product recalls and is mired in lawsuits and government probes over recalls and marketing practices.
THE BREAKDOWN: CEO William Weldon got salary of $1.9 million, a $14.3 million performance bonus, almost $7 million in stock and option awards and perks such as personal use of a corporate jet.
HEADING OUT: Weldon steps aside in April after a decade as CEO. Medical devices head Alex Gorsky succeeds him.