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This CEO Made Almost 2,000 Times More Than His Employees

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25. Jeffrey S. Sloan
> Company: Global Payments Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 415x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $23.3 million
> Median worker compensation: $56,202

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24. Greg D. Johnson
> Company: O’Reilly Automotive Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 454x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $12.8 million
> Median worker compensation: $28,113

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23. Julie Sweet
> Company: Accenture Plc
> CEO pay ratio: 473x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $23.1 million
> Median worker compensation: $48,770

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22. Silviu Popovici
> Company: Pepsico Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 488x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $25.5 million
> Median worker compensation: $52,297

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21. William C. Rhodes Iii
> Company: Autozone Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 488x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $14.8 million
> Median worker compensation: $30,375

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