Median CEO pay climbed 9% to $13.9 million last year, but some tech leaders saw their pay slashed.
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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, who consistently ranks among the highest paid CEOs in the U.S., took an 18% pay cut this year. His total compensation, valued at $78.4 million, is down from $96.2 million in 2012.
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