San Diego Reader-
A layoff of this magnitude would stir up more criticism of Qualcomm’s excessive top executive compensation. Last year, chief executive Steven Mollenkopf was paid $60.7 million. Former chief executive and now executive chairman Paul Jacobs was granted almost as much as Mollenkopf, bringing their combined compensation to $117.7 million. The company argues, correctly, that all this money would not come to the executives in one year, but nonetheless, it is the kind of pay that could — and should — rattle workers, especially those facing a layoff.
Also, Qualcomm is one of the nation’s largest users of the H-1B program.
Check out this other headline from 2014-
Photos show immense property on the Pacific Ocean owned by Dem mega-donor – Qualcomm’s PAUL JACOBS!!!!!