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EMC Vs. Dell Top Executive Compensation: How Do They Compare?

Executives for Dell and EMC have praised the integration capabilities of the two companies for after their merger is finalized, but executive pay is one area where the two vendors have their differences.

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2015 Pay Package: Joe Tucci

Tucci's pay totaled $10.4 million last year, a drop of more than 7 percent compared with the year before, thanks to the declining value of stock awards issued to him. The chairman, president and CEO's $1 million salary hasn't changed in recent years, and his bonus, $1.1 million last year, has fluctuated. Stock awards, however, have steadily declined, from $9.4 million in 2013 to $7.9 million last year. Tucci's 2015 package also included $320,964 in "other compensation," including $218,274 in air travel, as well as tax planning service, 401(k) contributions and other benefits. Tucci has been CEO of EMC since 2001, and chairman since 2006. He's staying in that capacity only until the merger with Dell closes. Under EMC's change-in-control policy, Tucci stands to collect about $39 million in cash and stock after the merger closes.

 
 
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