Silicon Valley is known for its massive property. When these companies register to go public, we all finally get to know how much fund these executives take home per year, and the millions they’ll take home after the IPO.
In Pinterest’s S-1, which it registered earlier today, we see that co-founder and CEO Ben Silbermann payed a wage of $197,100. But that’s actually good-for-nothing is comparable to Pinterest CFO Todd Morgenfeld, who deserved a base salary of $360,500 with capital bestows worth $22,028, 696.
It’s still ambiguous just how much money the execs will stir once Pinterest exits public. That’s because Pinterest did not break down broth ownership.
Meanwhile, fellow IPO-bound startup Lyft paid CEO Logan Green a salary of $401,529 and COO Jon McNeill $ 419,231 last year. At the high point, Green’s stake is worth nearly $523 million, while co-founder John Zimmer’s stake is worth northward of $346 million.
Check out our full coverage of Pinterest’s S-1 below.