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Top 50 highest-paid CEOs

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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Here are the 50 highest-paid CEOs of 2013, as calculated by The Associated Press and Equilar, an executive pay research firm:

1. Anthony Petrello, Nabors Industries, $68.2 million, up 246 per cent

2. Leslie Moonves, CBS, $65.6 million, up 9 per cent

3. Richard Adkerson, Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, $55.3 million, up 294 per cent

4. Stephen Kaufer, TripAdvisor, $39 million, up 510 per cent

5. Philippe Dauman, Viacom, $37.2 million, up 11 per cent

6. Leonard Schleifer, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, $36.3 million, up 21 per cent

7. Robert Iger, Walt Disney, $34.3 million, down 7 per cent

8. David Zaslav, Discovery Communications, $33.3 million, down 33 per cent

9. Jeffrey Bewkes, Time Warner, $32.5 million, up 27 per cent

10. Brian Roberts, Comcast, $31.4 million, up 8 per cent

11. Mark Bertolini, Aetna, $30.7 million, up 132 per cent

12. Rex Tillerson, ExxonMobil, $28.1 million, up 3 per cent

13. Brian Goldner, Hasbro, $27.4 million, up 188 per cent

14. David Cote, Honeywell International, $26 million, up 55 per cent

15. Steve Ells, Chipotle Mexican Grill co-CEO, $25.1 million, up 27 per cent

16. Montgomery Moran, Chipotle Mexican Grill co-CEO, $24.4 million, up 27 per cent

17. James McNerney, Boeing, $23.3 million, up 10 per cent

18. Alan Mulally, Ford Motor Co., $23.2 million, up 11 per cent

19. Alexander Cutler, Eaton, $23.1 million, up 24 per cent

20. Laurence Fink, BlackRock, $22.9 million, up 13 per cent

21. Larry Merlo, CVS Caremark, $22.9 million, up 26 per cent

22. Trevor Fetter, Tenet Healthcare, $22.7 million, up 180 per cent

23. Sandeep Mathrani, General Growth Properties, $22.1 million, up 424 per cent

24. Paal Kibsgaard, Schlumberger, $22 million, up 47 per cent

25. Kenneth Chenault, American Express, $21.7 million, down 22 per cent

26. Brian Jellison, Roper Industries, $21.4 million, up 18 per cent

27. David Nelms, Discover Financial Services, $21.2 million, up 113 per cent

28. Robert Hugin, Celgene, $21 million, up 99 per cent

29. Miles White, Abbott Laboratories, $20.9 million, up 7 per cent

30. David Lesar, Halliburton, $20.9 million, up 20 per cent

31. Lamberto Andreotti, Bristol-Myers Squibb, $20.8 million, up 30 per cent

32. Randall Stephenson, AT&T, $20.7 million, down 1 per cent

33. Carol Meyrowitz, TJX Companies, $20.7 million, up 9 per cent

34. Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical, $20.5 million, up 21 per cent

35. Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm, $20.4 million, down 1 per cent(asterisk)

36. John Watson, Chevron, $20.2 million, down 9 per cent

37. Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs, $19.9 million, up 50 per cent

38. Lawrence Culp, Danaher, $19.7 million, down 10 per cent

39. Stephen Wynn, Wynn Resorts, $19.6 million, up 10 per cent

40. David Calhoun, Nielsen Holdings, $19.5 million, up 40 per cent(asterisk)(asterisk)

41. James Cracchiolo, Ameriprise Financial, $19.4 million, up 20 per cent

42. John Stumpf, Wells Fargo, $19.3 million, unchanged

43. Jeffrey Immelt, General Electric, $19.2 million, down 7 per cent

44. George Chapman, Health Care REIT, $18.9 million, up 73 per cent(asterisk)(asterisk)(asterisk)

45. Glenn Murphy, GAP, $18.7 million, down 24 per cent

46. Robert Niblock, Lowe's Companies, $18.7 million, up 54 per cent

47. Richard Kramer, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, $18.7 million, up 39 per cent

48. Richard Fairbank, Capital One Financial, $18.3 million, down 19 per cent

49. Louis Chenevert, United Technologies, $18.2 million, down 16 per cent

50. Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola Co., $18.2 million, down 16 per cent

(asterisk) Jacobs stepped down as CEO on December 13, 2014.

(asterisk)(asterisk) Calhoun stepped down as CEO on January 1, 2014.

(asterisk)(asterisk)(asterisk) Chapman retired April 14, 2014.

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