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How Much Are Oracle's Top Execs Paid?

Based on the proxy statement filed with the SEC that describes Oracle's Executive Bonus Plan, here's a breakdown of the fiscal 2019 compensation for six top Oracle executives.

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Executive Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison

Larry Ellison's base salary as Oracle's CTO is $1, and the Silicon Valley mogul hasn't seen a raise since 2011.

That's because Oracle's Compensation Committee has deemed the company founder's direct compensation should be entirely "at-risk"—meaning subject to meeting objectives.

That didn't work out well for Ellison in 2019; he was denied both a bonus, and stock awards for the fiscal year. But don’t start worrying just yet about Ellison's ability to make rent. After all, he's the seventh richest person in the world, according to Forbes.

In 2019, the overwhelming bulk of Ellison's compensation—$1,653,888—came in the form of security Oracle provided at his house and at public events.

The rest of Ellison's "other compensation" included $5,126 that Oracle matched as part of a 401(k) plan, and insurance and disability benefits of $3,235. Ellison also got $578 in legal services to help him comply with reporting obligations for his political contributions.

The 2019 pay was a sharp decline from 2018, when Ellison's total compensation amounted to $108,931,643, thanks to stock options he received that year.

And lest we forget, Ellison owns almost 30 percent of Oracle, which saw modest gains over the fiscal year, from $47.35 on June 1, 2018 to $50.60 on May 31 of 2019.

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