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This American CEO Made $247 Million Last Year

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5. David M. Solomon
> Company: Goldman Sachs Group Inc
> Total compensation: $39,545,072
> Salary: $2,000,000
> Stock awards: $27,380,180
> Short-term incentives: N/A

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4. Thomas M. Rutledge
> Company: Charter Communications, Inc.
> Total compensation: $41,860,263
> Salary: $2,500,000
> Stock awards: 0
> Short-term incentives: $8,901,000

3. Hock E. Tan
> Company: Broadcom Inc.
> Total compensation: $60,703,627
> Salary: $1,200,000
> Stock awards: $54,056,808
> Short-term incentives: $5,400,000

2. Tim D. Cook
> Company: Apple Inc
> Total compensation: $98,734,394
> Salary: $3,000,000
> Stock awards: $82,347,835
> Short-term incentives: $12,000,000

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1. David M. Zaslav
> Company: Discovery, Inc.
> Total compensation: $246,573,481
> Salary: $3,000,000
> Stock awards: $13,165,436
> Short-term incentives: $22,000,000

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