Special Report

50 Highest Paid CEOs in 2019

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35. Brian T. Moynihan
> Company: Bank of America Corp
> Industry: Financial services
> Total 2019 CEO compensation: $26.0 million
> Annual company revenue: $91.2 billion
> Median employee salary: $94,256
> CEO pay vs. median employee salary: 276 times higher

34. Michael F. Neidorff
> Company: Centene Corp
> Industry: Health care
> Total 2019 CEO compensation: $26.4 million
> Annual company revenue: $74.6 billion
> Median employee salary: $68,987
> CEO pay vs. median employee salary: 383 times higher

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33. Samuel N. Hazen
> Company: HCA Healthcare, Inc.
> Industry: Health care
> Total 2019 CEO compensation: $26.8 million
> Annual company revenue: $51.3 billion
> Median employee salary: $56,012
> CEO pay vs. median employee salary: 478 times higher

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32. Jeffery W. Yabuki
> Company: Fiserv Inc
> Industry: Technology
> Total 2019 CEO compensation: $27.6 million
> Annual company revenue: $10.2 billion
> Median employee salary: $65,254
> CEO pay vs. median employee salary: 423 times higher

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31. Kenneth C. Frazier
> Company: Merck & Co. Inc.
> Industry: Pharmaceuticals
> Total 2019 CEO compensation: $27.6 million
> Annual company revenue: $46.8 billion
> Median employee salary: $95,621
> CEO pay vs. median employee salary: 289 times higher

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