Best Paid Global CEOs in 2016 / 2017 (Bloomberg)

4/24/2018 Highest paying jobs

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(Extract) In a year when technology leaders again seized the top spots among America’s highest-paid executives, a scion of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. stood out.

John S. Weinberg, 60, whose surname had been synonymous with the bank for decades, left as co-vice chairman in 2015. A year later he joined Evercore Partners Inc., reaping sign-on awards worth $124 million as of Dec. 31. That placed him third on the Bloomberg Pay Index, a ranking of the best-compensated U.S. executives for 2016.

He joins an exclusive club increasingly dominated by bosses at companies that are, at best, just a few decades old. He’s surpassed only by Inc. co-founder Marc Lore, whose $236.9 million in awarded compensation last year was largely composed of money Wal-Mart Stores Inc. paid to buy his company, and Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, who received $150 million. Google CEO Sundar Pichai, 44, and Tesla Inc.’s Elon Musk, 45, round out the top five.

The Top 10:

Marc Lore
CEO, U.S. e-commerce
Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Tim Cook
Apple Inc.

John S. Weinberg
Executive Chairman
Evercore Partners Inc.

Sundar Pichai
CEO, Google
Alphabet Inc.

Elon Musk
Tesla Inc.

Virginia M. Rometty
International Business Machines Corp.

Mitch Garber
Caesars Acquisition Co.

Philippe P. Dauman
Former CEO
Viacom Inc.

Leslie Moonves
CBS Corp.

Mario J. Gabelli
Gamco Investors Inc.


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