Cashing in on power: Fortune’s Most Powerful Women ranked by pay

September 18, 2014, 11:59 AM UTC
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Among this year’s list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, 29 work for a Fortune 500 company, and—thanks to public filings with the SEC—have given the rest of us a peek at their most recent annual compensation. On the grid below we’ve charted their pay against their company’s stock performance. Note to Sheryl—you may not want to push that “equal pay” thing too hard. (click to enlarge infographic)

Graphic: Analee Kasudia (Fortune)

Methodology: Total compensation for each executive includes the following for the most recent fiscal year: salary and bonuses; other compensation, such as vested restricted stock grants, LTIP payouts, and perks; and stock gains, the value realized by exercising stock options, investor returns are for each company’s respective fiscal year.