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The other side of the glass ceiling

Of the 25 highest-paid chief executives in Massachusetts in 2012, only one was a woman: Carol Meyrowitz of TJX Cos. tied for seventh at $11.1 million. The company did so well in 2013 that her compensation rose to $21.7 million.

Paul A. Ricci

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Nuance Communications Inc.

$37 million

Sean M. Healey

Affiliated Managers Group Inc.

$19.8 million

William H. Swanson

Raytheon Co.

$19 million

Joseph M. Tucci

EMC Corp.

$16.5 million

Joseph L. Hooley

State Street Corp.

$15.6 million

George A. Scangos

Biogen Idec Inc.

$11.3 million

James D. Taiclet Jr.

American Tower Corp.

$11.1 million

Carol Meyrowitz

TJX Cos.

$11.1 million

Robert F. Friel

PerkinElmer Inc.

$10.8 million

Michael F. Mahoney

Boston Scientific Corp.

10.7 million

Mortimer B. Zuckerman

Boston Properties Inc.

$10.6 million

Paul Sagan

Akamai Technologies

$9.7 million

Thomas E. Faust Jr.

Eaton Vance Corp.

$8.4 million

Thomas J. May

Northeast Utilities

$8 million

James E. Heppelmann

Company: PTC, Inc.

$6.9 million

Matthew W. Emmens

Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc.

$6.8 million

Richard F. Pops

Alkermes Inc.

$6.5 million

Ronald L. Sargent

Staples Inc.

$6.4 million

T. Michael Miller

OneBeacon Insurance Group

$6.3 million

Patrick M. Prevost

Cabot Corp.

$6.3 million

James C. Foster

Charles River Labs International Inc.

$6.2 million

Charles W. Shivery

Northeast Utilities

$6.2 million

Leo Berlinghieri

MKS Instruments Inc.

$5.7 million

Robert A. Cascella

Hologic Inc.

$5.3 million

Mark S. Casady

LPL Financial Holdings Inc.

$4.6 million

SOURCE: US Securities
and Exchange Commission

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