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The 10 Executives Paid the Most and the Least


The top 10, the bottom 10—here's what they make

The 10 executives paid the most

1. Leslie Moonves, CBS ($43,238,875)

2. Philippe Dauman, Viacom ($34,009,990)

3. Ray Irani, Occidental Petroleum ($31,401,356)

4. William Weldon, Johnson & Johnson ($30,813,844)

5. Thomas Ryan, CVS Caremark ($30,429,113)

6. Glen Senk, Urban Outfitters ($29,944,180)

7. Randall Stephenson, AT&T ($29,230,506)

8. James Hackett, Anadarko Petroleum ($27,466,777)

9. Brian Roberts, Comcast ($27,246,367)

10. Rex W. Tillerson, ExxonMobil ($27,168,317)

The 10 executives paid the least

1. Vikram Pandit, Citigroup ($128,751)

2. Eric Schmidt, Google ($245,322)

3. Donald Graham, The Washington Post ($472,997)

4. Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs* ($934,425)

5. Willard Oberton, Fastenal ($945,092)

6. Douglas Berthiaume, Waters Corp. ($1,010,393)

7. Ian Cumming, Leucadia National ($1,011,850)

8. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase ($1,322,094)

9. Harris Simmons, Zions Bancorp. ($1,373,352)

10. Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines ($1,559,431)

* Blankfein did get $9 million in stock, awarded in 2010

For a complete list,go to www.bloomberg.com/insight/ceopay.html


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