And The Highest Paid CEO in the U.S Last Year Was...

Larry Ellison

Oracle’s Larry Ellison, who bagged $96.2m.

Bloomberg reports that Ellison was the highest-paid CEO in the U.S. last year as total compensation gained 3 percent from 2011, the New York Times reported.

Ellison received $96.2m, which includes salary, perks and bonuses ($3.9m) and stock options valued at $90.7m, the newspaper said in an article published online for tomorrow’s edition. Richard Bracken of HCA Holdings Inc. (HCA) was second with $38.6m, followed by Walt Disney Co. (DIS)’s Robert Iger at $37.1m, the Times said.

The median total compensation for U.S. CEOs rose to more than $14m, the newspaper said, citing the survey by executive compensation tracker Equilar.

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Oracle’s Ellison Highest-Paid CEO as Pay Gains, NYT Reports

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