Timothy M. Ring, Chairman and CEO, C.R. Bard In 2014, Ring made $10.8 million, a 15.8% increase from his compensation the previous year.
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Daniel J. Starks, President, Chairman, and CEO, St. Jude Medical [Photo Courtesy of St. Jude Medical] Last year, Starks made $10.2 million, which meant his annual compensation jumped 5.2%% from 2013.
David Dvorak, President and CEO, Zimmer In 2014, Dvorak made $9.5 million. His compensation saw a jump of 23.8% from his 2013 compensation.
Kevin Lobo Chairman and CEO, Stryker In 2014, Lobo made $9.12 million, an 8.1% increase from hiscompensation, the year before. [Photo Adapted from a Wall Street Journal YouTube Video]
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