Titans of Pharma 2018: An Infographic Snapshot Of The Industry's Top Leaders
In 2017, the top 15 pharma companies paid their CEOs a total of $251m in salary and other benefits, while reporting net income of $56.5bn. But while income was down 41% on 2016, compensation declined by a more modest 9%. In this infographic, Scrip provides a snapshot of these companies' leaders and the businesses they oversee.
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In 2016, the 15 top pharma companies paid their CEOs $276m in total* while those same firms reported a total net income of $96.5bn**. Altogether these companies had a market capitalization of $2,238bn on June 30, 2017**. In this infographic Scrip gives a snapshot of these companies' leaders and the businesses they oversee.
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