Here's an interactive list of 92 executives at public companies in the region whose 2013 compensation was valued at $1.5 million or more. It is based on filings the companies made with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
To re-order the data, click the column headers. To filter the data, click the magnifying glass icon at the bottom of the table, then type in your criteria in the empty box at the top of the column. For example, to search for all females on the list, type "F" in the box. To download the data in Excel, click the other icon at the bottom of the table. A file will download to your computer. Open Excel. From Excel, select File->Open, find the file, probably in your Downloads folder, and open it.
* Zeroes in the columns for 2012 compensation and percent change columns indicate the company was not required to disclose the executive's 2012 compensation. Because of that, a percent change in the executive's compensation could not be calculated.
** Zeroes in the columns for three- and five-year return indicate the company's stock has not traded long enough to compute those returns.