How much did the highest paid male and female CEOs earn in 2021

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Here are the highest paid male and female CEOs in the S&P 500 index for 2021, as calculated by The Associated Press and Equilaran executive data company.

The AP’s compensation study looked at 340 executives of S&P 500 companies who served at least two consecutive full years at their respective companies, who filed proxy statements between Jan. 1 and April 30. Some companies whose CEOs are well paid do not fit these criteria.

CEO pay has increased at a median of $14.5 million last year, including salary, stock and other compensation. The median means that half of the CEOs in the survey earned more and the other half earned less.

Compensation often includes stock and option awards that the CEO may not receive for years unless certain performance measures are met. For some companies, significant increases occur when CEOs receive a stock or option award in one year as part of a multi-year grant.

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Main male CEOs:

1. Peter Kern

Expedia Group

$296.2 million

Change from last year: 6,592%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 2,897 times, compared to 53 times

Overall ranking: No. 1

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2. David Zaslav

Discovery of Warner Bros.

$246.6 million.

Change from last year: 554%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 2,972 times, compared to 565 times

Overall ranking: 2

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3. William McDermott

ServiceNow

$165.8 million.

Change from last year: 560%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 709 times, compared to 120 times

Overall ranking: 3

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4. Tim Cook

Apple

$98.7 million.

Change from last year: 569%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 1,447 times, compared to 256

General classification: N°4

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5. Jamie Dimon

JPMorgan Chase

$84.4 million.

Change from last year: 167%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 917 times, compared to 395

Overall ranking: No. 5

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Top female CEOs:

1. Lisa T.Su

Advanced micro-systems

$29.5 million.

Change from last year: 9%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 230 times, compared to 228 times

General classification: n°22

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2. Mary T. Barra

General Engines

$29.1 million.

Change from last year: 25%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 420 times, compared to 201

General classification: n°23

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3. Phebe N. Novakovic

General dynamics

$23.6 million.

Change from last year: 24%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 254 times, compared to 174 times

General classification: n°38

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4. Adena Friedman

Nasdaq

$20 million.

Change from last year: 27%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 202 times, compared to 126 times

General classification: n°80

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5. Kathy J. Warden

Northrop Grumman

$19.5 million.

Change from last year: -1%

His salary compared to a typical employee of the company: 166 times, compared to 205 times

General classification: n°89

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