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Google’s CEO Made More Money Than You Last Year

Sundar PICHAI, Google CEO Gives A Keynote To The Sciences Po Students
Chesnot—Getty Images Google CEO, Sundar Pichai delivers a speech to the Sciences Po students on February 24, 2016 in Paris, France.

Well, probably

It’s good to be the king of search.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai received a cash-and-stock package worth $100.5 million in 2015, according to filings the Mountain View, Calif. firm posted Tuesday.

Most of that package — $99.8 million — took the form of company stock that won’t fully vest until next year. Pichai’s cash salary for the year was $652,500.

Once Google’s product chief, Pichai was tapped to run the search giant after the firm reorganized under umbrella company Alphabet last year.

 

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