Half of the 16 highest-paid Las Vegas chief executives received pay boosts as their companies' stock gained ground. Another three saw their total compensation decline even as the share prices rose, while one got a raise even though the stock price dropped. Four CEOs run companies whose stock is not publicly traded. Chart-topper Gary Loveman of Caesars Entertainment Corp., received a 206 percent pay bump that took him to a 2010 total of $18,266,000.
CEOs sharing in wealth of companies
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