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Here Are Dell’s Top 5 Highest-Paid Executives

Four Dell Technologies’ executives were paid more than CEO Michael Dell in fiscal year 2019. CRN breaks down each executive’s salary, bonuses and total compensation.

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5. Michael Dell

Chairman, CEO, Founder

Total Compensation: $3,623,801

Michael Dell founded Dell in 1984 inside his dorm room at the University of Texas in Austin. Over the past 35 years, Dell has been consistently evolving his company to keep up with the rapidly changing IT market, including the blockbuster $67 billion acquisition of EMC and VMware in 2016.

Michael Dell, 54, had the highest salary of any Dell executive in fiscal year 2019 at $950,000, which has stayed the same since fiscal year 2017. In terms of non-equity incentive plan compensation, Dell received $2.66 million, up from $1.79 million in fiscal year 2018. All other compensation for Dell total around $14,000.

Dell was the only person in his company’s top five highest-paid executives who did not received a bonus. The CEO also didn’t receive any money in stock awards in fiscal year 2019. However, it is key to note that Michael Dell is the largest individual shareholder of Dell stock. According to Bloomberg’s Billionaires Index, which is a daily ranking and calculation of the world’s richest people, Michael Dell is currently the 28th richest person on the planet, worth an estimated $30.6 billion.

 
 
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