Special Report

Highest Paid CEOs at America's 100 Largest Companies

Source: Twitter / Tech_Data

91. Robert M. Dutkowsky
> Company: Tech Data (NASDAQ: TECD)
> Total compensation: $5.9 million
> Revenue: $26.2 billion
> Number of employees: 9,500
> Profit: $195.1 million

Source: tumblr.com

90. Walter Craig Jelinek
> Company: Costco (NASDAQ: COST)
> Total compensation: $6.6 million
> Revenue: $118.7 billion
> Number of employees: 172,000
> Profit: $2.4 billion

Source: news.prudential.com

89. John R. Strangfeld
> Company: Prudential Financial (NYSE: PRU)
> Total compensation: $7.7 million
> Revenue: $58.8 billion
> Number of employees: 49,739
> Profit: $4.4 billion OR $4368.0 million

Source: newsroom.charter.com

88. Thomas M. Rutledge
> Company: Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR)
> Total compensation: $7.8 million
> Revenue: $29.0 billion
> Number of employees: 91,500
> Profit: $3.5 billion

Source: Rite Aid Corp.

87. John T. Standley
> Company: Rite Aid (NYSE: RAD)
> Total compensation: $8.1 million
> Revenue: $30.7 billion
> Number of employees: 70,580
> Profit: $165.5 million

86. Tim Cook
> Company: Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL)
> Total compensation: $8.7 million
> Revenue: $215.6 billion
> Number of employees: 116,000
> Profit: $45.7 billion

Source: Tyson Foods, Inc.

85. Tom Hayes
> Company: Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN)
> Total compensation: $8.9 million
> Revenue: $36.9 billion
> Number of employees: 114,000
> Profit: $1.8 billion

Source: Avnet, Inc.

84. William Amelio
> Company: Avnet (NYSE: AVT)
> Total compensation: $9.3 million
> Revenue: $26.2 billion
> Number of employees: 17,700
> Profit: $506.5 million

Source: Courtesy of AmerisourceBergen

83. Steven H. Collis
> Company: AmerisourceBergen (NYSE: ABC)
> Total compensation: $9.9 million
> Revenue: $146.8 billion
> Number of employees: 18,500
> Profit: $1.4 billion

Source: The Coca-Cola Company

82. James Quincey
> Company: Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO)
> Total compensation: $10.2 million
> Revenue: $41.9 billion
> Number of employees: 100,300
> Profit: $6.5 billion

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