With their roster of athletes making serious bank off the field, there was always a healthy curiosity as to how much the chief executive at Nike pulls in annually. For 2016, Nike CEO Mark Parker pulled in $47.6 million in total compensation as compared to $16.8 million in 2015. He earns an annual salary of $1.55 million with his stock grants jumping to $33.5 million USD. A stark difference from the previous estimated value of $3.5 million USD. Parker’s pay shows a deep commitment by Nike to keep him on board and happy. Parker has vowed to increase Nike’s earnings to $50 billion by 2020.