50 Companies That Owe Their Employees a Raise

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35. Nike
> CEO to typical worker wage ratio (cash): 131 to 1
> CEO: Mark G. Parker
> CEO pay, cash: $10,527,902
> CEO pay, total compensation: $16,819,730
> Median worker annual pay: $80,100

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34. Morgan Stanley
> CEO to typical worker wage ratio (cash): 134 to 1
> CEO: James P. Gorman
> CEO pay, cash: $10,716,160
> CEO pay, total compensation: $21,966,480
> Median worker annual pay: $80,100

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33. Halliburton
> CEO to typical worker wage ratio (cash): 134 to 1
> CEO: David J. Lesar
> CEO pay, cash: $9,601,126
> CEO pay, total compensation: $15,572,202
> Median worker annual pay: $71,500

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32. Centene
> CEO to typical worker wage ratio (cash): 140 to 1
> CEO: Michael F. Neidorff
> CEO pay, cash: $8,423,903
> CEO pay, total compensation: $20,755,103
> Median worker annual pay: $60,100

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31. MGM Resorts International
> CEO to typical worker wage ratio (cash): 142 to 1
> CEO: James J. Murren
> CEO pay, cash: $7,021,948
> CEO pay, total compensation: $13,271,940
> Median worker annual pay: $49,600