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This American CEO Made $247 Million Last Year

15. Ari Bousbib
> Company: Iqvia Holdings Inc.
> Total compensation: $28,615,851
> Salary: $1,800,000
> Stock awards: $14,108,891
> Short-term incentives: $7,200,000

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14. David V. Auld
> Company: D R Horton Inc
> Total compensation: $30,571,596
> Salary: $700,000
> Stock awards: $8,145,841
> Short-term incentives: $21,425,435

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13. Vincent T. Roche
> Company: Analog Devices Inc
> Total compensation: $30,824,323
> Salary: $1,050,000
> Stock awards: $8,591,204
> Short-term incentives: $3,981,115

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12. Alfred F. Kelly Jr
> Company: Visa Inc.
> Total compensation: $30,944,838
> Salary: $1,550,031
> Stock awards: $17,681,675
> Short-term incentives: $6,400,000

11. Robert A. Chapek
> Company: Walt Disney Co
> Total compensation: $32,464,293
> Salary: $2,500,000
> Stock awards: $10,215,466
> Short-term incentives: $14,330,000

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