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

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15. Terrence R. Curtin
> Company: Te Connectivity Ltd.
> CEO pay ratio: 589x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $14.7 million
> Median worker compensation: $24,975

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14. Robert A. Chapek
> Company: Walt Disney Co
> CEO pay ratio: 644x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $32.5 million
> Median worker compensation: $50,430

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13. Vincent T. Roche
> Company: Analog Devices Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 668x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $30.8 million
> Median worker compensation: $46,141

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12. Marc R. Bitzer
> Company: Whirlpool Corp
> CEO pay ratio: 692x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $18.8 million
> Median worker compensation: $27,128

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11. Thomas M. Rutledge
> Company: Charter Communications, Inc.
> CEO pay ratio: 698x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $41.9 million
> Median worker compensation: $60,007

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