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16. Lowell McAdam, Former CEO, Verizon

Lowell McAdam Verizon

Total compensation (2018): $18,637,867

Total compensation (2017): $17,937,581

Salary: $1,661,538                           

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $16,976,329

 

15. Maria Martinez, Chief Customer Experience Officer, Cisco

Maria Martinez Cisco

Total compensation (2018): $19,344,905

Total compensation (2017): N/A

Salary: $194,712               

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $19,858,377

 

14. Steve Mollenkopf, CEO, Qualcomm

Steve Mollenkopf Qualcomm

Total compensation (2018): $19,975,472

Total compensation (2017): $11,591,310

Salary: $1,390,739

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $18,584,733

 

13. Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco

Chuck Robbins Cisco

Total compensation (2018): $21,284,339

Total compensation (2017): $16,753,764

Salary: $1,231,250           

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $20,053,089

 

12. Hans Vestberg, CEO, Verizon

Hans Vestberg Verizon

Total compensation (2018): $22,206,086

Total compensation (2017): $9,817,419

Salary: $1,235,385           

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $20,970,701

 

11. Neville Ray, CTO, T-Mobile

Neville Ray T-Mobile

Total compensation (2018): $25,774,898

Total compensation (2017): $8,060,117

Salary: $879,808               

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $24,895,090

 

10. Luca Maestri, Chief Financial Officer, Apple

Luca Maestri Apple

Total compensation (2018): $26,509,692

Total compensation (2017): $24,141,615

Salary: $1,000,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $25,509,692

 

9. Angela Ahrendts, Senior Vice President, Apple

Angela Ahrendts Apple

Total compensation (2018): $26,538,830

Total compensation (2017): $24,216,072

Salary: $1,000,000

Other compensation (stock awards, etc.): $25,538,830

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