11 Fortune 500 CEOs Who Made Less Than the Clintons in 2014

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Bill and Hillary Clinton have raked in at least $30 million since January 2014, according to financial disclosure forms released on Friday. The Clintons' total haul for the past year was roughly $25 million, which is more than double the annual salary of the average Fortune 500 chief executive.

Since declaring for president, Hillary Clinton has highlighted the pay disparity between CEOs and "the average worker." The Clintons' staggering income, on the other hand, is simply what the hardworking power couple requires to pay their bills.

According to data compiled the AFL-CIO, the following Fortune 500 CEOs earned less than the Clintons did last year:

(Note: * = has donated to Clinton Foundation; ° = has paid for a Clinton speech.) 

1. Ralph Lauren (Ralph Lauren) — $24.5 million

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2. Randall Stephenson (AT&T*°) — $24 million

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3. Ian Read (Pfizer*) — $23.3 million

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4. James Gorman (Morgan Stanley*) — $23.3 million

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5. Ken Chenault (American Express*°) — $22.8 million

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6. Indra Nooyi (Pepsi*) — $22.5 million

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7. Lloyd Blankfein* (Goldman Sachs*°) — $22.2 million

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8. Alan Mulally (Ford*) — $22 million

 

9. Wesley Bush (Northrop Grumman*) — $21.8 million

 

10. Howard Schultz (Starbucks*) — $21.5 million

 

11. John Stumpf (Wells Fargo*°) — $21.4 million