Chief executive officers are typically the highest paid employees in any business - sometimes making more than 1,000 times what an average employee earns - and a new report reveals the top earning CEOS at America's biggest companies.
Experts at 24/7 Wall St. analyzed compensation packages at the 150 of nation's biggest, publicly traded companies, based on revenue for the year ended December 31, 2017.
Their report found that almost all of the largest companies have CEO pay that stretches well into the seven and eight figure range - well beyond what the typical worker will ever see.
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At the top of the list are co-CEOs of Oracle, Safra Catz and Mark Hurd, who made $108.3 million each in one year - 907 time the average worker's salary of $89,887. The company has revenues of $37.7 billion and 138,000 employees.
Robert Iger, of Disney ranked third on the list, with $65.6 million in compensation at a company with $55.1 billion in revenues and 199,000 workers. His pay amounts to 1,424 times the typical employee.
In fourth place was Brian Roberts, of Comcast, with a $32.5 million compensation package at the company with $84.5 billion in revenues and 164,000 workers.
James (Jamie) Dimon's $31 million compensation at J.P. Morgan Chase placed him in fifth place. The company has $113.9 billion in revenues and 252,539 employees.
R. Stephenson, of AT&T, came in sixth, with a compensation of $29.1 million at the company, which had $160.5 billion in revenues and 254,000 employees.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman ranked seventh on the list with $28.2 million in compensation at the company, which had revenues of $43.6 billion and 57,633 employees.
Sean O'Connor, of INTL FCStone Inc, was in eighth place, with $26.8 million in compensation at a company with $29.4 billion in revenue and 1,607 employees.
Michael Neidorff, of Centene, came in ninth place, with a $26.2 million compensation package at a company with $48.6 billion in revenue and 33,700 workers.
John Milligan, who has since stepped down from Gilead Sciences, most recently made $26 million with the company, which had $26.1 billion in revenues and 10,000 employees.
Microsoft's Satya Nadella ranked eleventh on the list, with a $25.8 million compensation package with the company, which had $90 billion in revenue and 124,000 employees.
Ramon, Laguarta, of Pepsi, followed in twelfth place, with $24.5 million in compensation at the company, which had $62.8 billion in revenues and 263,000 workers.
In thirteenth place was Miles White, of Abbott Laboratories, with a $24.3 million compensation package at the company, which had $27.4 billion in revenue and 99,000 employees.
Northrop Grumman's Wesley Bush ranked fourteenth, with a $24.2 million compensation package prior to his stepping down from the company, which had $25.8 billion in revenues and 70,000 employees.
Michael Corbat, of Citigroup, came in fifteenth with $24.2 million in compensation at a company with $88 billion in revenue and 209,000 workers.
Notably, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ranked twentieth on the list, with $22.6 million in compensation at the company, which had $40.7 billion in revenues and 25,105 employees.