The Highest Paid CEOs at America’s 100 Largest Companies

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81. Mark Fields
> Company: Ford Motor (F)
> Total compensation: $19.3 million
> Revenue: $151.8 billion
> 2016 share price chg. -13.9%

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82. Andrew Liveris
> Company: Dow Chemical (DOW)
> Total compensation: $19.4 million
> Revenue: $48.2 billion
> 2016 share price chg. +11.1%

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83. Marillyn A. Hewson
> Company: Lockheed Martin (LMT)
> Total compensation: $19.4 million
> Revenue: $47.2 billion
> 2016 share price chg. +15.1%

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84. Lloyd C. Blankfein
> Company: Goldman Sachs Group (GS)
> Total compensation: $20.2 million
> Revenue: $30.6 billion
> 2016 share price chg. +32.9%

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85. Daniel P. Amos
> Company: Aflac (AFL)
> Total compensation: $20.4 million
> Revenue: $22.6 billion
> 2016 share price chg. +16.2%

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86. James R. Murdoch
> Company: Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA)
> Total compensation: $20.8 million
> Revenue: $27.3 billion
> 2016 share price chg. +3.2%

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87. Phebe N. Novakovic
> Company: General Dynamics (GD)
> Total compensation: $21.2 million
> Revenue: $31.4 billion
> 2016 share price chg. +25.7%

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88. Alex Gorsky
> Company: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
> Total compensation: $21.2 million
> Revenue: $71.9 billion
> 2016 share price chg. +12.2%

89. Howard Schultz
> Company: Starbucks (SBUX)
> Total compensation: $21.8 million
> Revenue: $21.3 billion
> 2016 share price chg. -7.5%

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90. Michael F. Neidorff
> Company: Centene (CNC)
> Total compensation: $22.0 million
> Revenue: $40.6 billion
> 2016 share price chg. -14.1%