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Top 100 Highest Paid CEOs 2009

Top 100 Highest Paid CEOs 2009

Selected from large- and mid-cap publicly listed companies with headquarters or major operations in the 10-county* region. Total Pay includes Equity Pay. Percent change is compared to the previous year's pay. The median total pay in 2008 was $2.42 million, down 9.6 percent from the previous year. Also shown is the CEO's accumulated pension. * PA: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia; NJ: Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Salem; DE: New Castle Data Source: Equilar Inc. - Equilar.com.

Selected from large- and mid-cap publicly listed companies with headquarters or major operations in the 10-county* region. Total Pay includes Equity Pay. Percent change is compared to the previous year's pay. The median total pay in 2008 was $2.42 million, down 9.6 percent from the previous year. Also shown is the CEO's accumulated pension. * PA: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia; NJ: Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Salem; DE: New Castle Data Source: Equilar Inc. - Equilar.com.
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