2010 Top 200 U.S. CEOs

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Miles D. White
Abbott Laboratories
John M. Dionisio
AECOM Technology
John E. McGlade
Air Products & Chemicals
Michael G. Morris
American Electric Power
Kenneth I. Chenault
American Express
James M. Cracchiolo
Ameriprise Financial
R. David Yost
AmerisourceBergen
James T. Hackett
Anadarko Petroleum
Patricia A. Woertz
Archer Daniels Midland
Michael J. Long
Arrow Electronics
Gary C. Butler
Automatic Data Processing
Mike Jackson
AutoNation
Dean A. Scarborough
Avery Dennison
Andrea Jung
Avon Products
Chad C. Deaton
Baker Hughes
Kenneth D. Lewis
Bank of America
Robert L. Parkinson Jr
Baxter International
Edward J. Ludwig
Becton Dickinson
Warren E. Buffett
Berkshire Hathaway
J. Raymond Elliott
Boston Scientific
James M. Cornelius
Bristol-Myers Squibb
John P. Wiehoff
C.H. Robinson Worldwide
Douglas R. Conant
Campbell Soup
Richard D. Fairbank
Capital One Financial
R. Kerry Clark
Cardinal Health
Micky Arison
Carnival
David M. McClanahan
Centerpoint Energy
John T. Chambers
Cisco Systems
Muhtar Kent
Coca-Cola
John F. Brock
Coca-Cola Enterprises
Ian M. Cook
Colgate-Palmolive
Murray R. McClean
Commercial Metals
Wayne T. Smith
Community Health Systems
Gary M. Rodkin
ConAgra Foods
James D. Sinegal
Costco Wholesale
John W. Conway
Crown Holdings
Thomas M. Ryan
CVS Caremark
Clarence Otis Jr
Darden Restaurants
Charles W. Ergen
DISH Network
Thomas F. Farrell II
Dominion Resources
Andrew N. Liveris
Dow Chemical
James E. Rogers
Duke Energy
Theodore F. Craver Jr
Edison International
David N. Farr
Emerson Electric
William P. Lauder
Estee Lauder
George Paz
Express Scripts
Howard R. Levine
Family Dollar Stores
Parker S. Kennedy
First American
Alan Mulally
Ford Motor
Bruce A. Carbonari
Fortune Brands
Jay L. Johnson
General Dynamics
Jeffrey R. Immelt
General Electric
Kendall J. Powell
General Mills
Thomas C. Gallagher
Genuine Parts
John C. Martin
Gilead Sciences
Lloyd C. Blankfein
Goldman Sachs Group
Robert J. Keegan
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
James T. Ryan
W.W. Grainger
Mark V. Hurd
Hewlett-Packard
David M. Cote
Honeywell International
David B. Speer
Illinois Tool Works
John V. Faraci
International Paper
James Dimon
JPMorgan Chase
Timothy L. Main
Jabil Circuit
Craig L. Martin
Jacobs Engineering Group
William C. Weldon
Johnson & Johnson
Stephen A. Roell
Johnson Controls
Thomas J. Falk
Kimberly-Clark
Michael T. Strianese
L-3 Communications
Dennis R. Glass
Lincoln National
Robert J. Stevens
Lockheed Martin
John A. Luke Jr
MeadWestvaco
David B. Snow Jr
Medco Health Solutions
Hugh Grant
Monsanto
David M. Wood
Murphy Oil
Daniel C. Ustian
Navistar International
Richard T. O'Brien
Newmont Mining
Charles W. Moorman IV
Norfolk Southern
Ronald D. Sugar
Northrop Grumman
Ray R. Irani
Occidental Petroleum
Steve Odland
Office Depot
Sam K. Duncan
OfficeMax
Craig R. Smith
Owens & Minor
Albert P.L. Stroucken
Owens Illinois
Donald E. Washkewicz
Parker Hannifin
Gregory H. Boyce
Peabody Energy
Roger S. Penske
Penske Automotive Group
Joseph M. Rigby
Pepco Holdings
James E. Rohr
PNC Financial Services Group
Charles E. Bunch
PPG Industries
Alan G. Lafley
Procter & Gamble
Glenn M. Renwick
Progressive
John R. Strangfeld Jr
Prudential Financial
Ralph Izzo
Public Service Enterprise Group
William E. Crenshaw
Publix Super Markets
Edward A. Mueller
Qwest Communications
Susan M. Ivey
Reynolds American
Andrew Gould
Schlumberger
Donald E. Felsinger
Sempra Energy
Christopher M. Connor
Sherwin-Williams
O. Bruton Smith
Sonic Automotive
David M. Ratcliffe
The Southern Company
Ronald E. Logue
State Street
Jonathan I. Schwartz
Sun Microsystems
James M. Wells III
SunTrust Banks
Trevor Fetter
Tenet Healthcare
Richard K. Templeton
Texas Instruments
Jay S. Fishman
Travelers Companies
D. Scott Davis
United Parcel Service
John P. Surma
United States Steel
Louis Chenevert
United Technologies
Richard K. Davis
U.S. Bancorp
William R. Klesse
Valero Energy
Ivan G. Seidenberg
Verizon Communications
Robert A. Iger
Walt Disney
David P. Steiner
Waste Management
John G. Stumpf
Wells Fargo
John F. Coyne
Western Digital
John P. Mackey
Whole Foods Market
Steven J. Malcolm
The Williams Companies
Peter L. Lynch
Winn-Dixie Stores
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J. Raymond Elliott 
Mr. Elliott became CEO on July 13, 2009.

 Boston Scientific (BSX)
2009 Annual Comp.
$33,370,458  
STOCK AWARD GAINS: Excludes the value of shares that vested upon Mr. Elliott's resignation from the Board as a non-employee director in May 2009 prior to rejoining the Board in July 2009 upon his appointment to CEO.
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Cash Bonus $2,107,766
Stock Granted
$14,164,400
Options Granted
$15,232,000
Other $1,267,936
    FYE 12/31/09
 
Biography
J. Raymond Elliott became our President, Chief Executive Officer and director in July 2009. He had previously served as a non-employee director of our Board from September 2007 to May 2009. Mr. Elliott was the Chairman of Zimmer Holdings, Inc. until November 2007 and was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Zimmer Holdings, Inc. from March 2001 to May 2007. Mr. Elliott was appointed President of Zimmer, Inc. in November 1997. Mr. Elliott has more than 35 years of experience in orthopedics, medical devices and consumer products. He has served as a director on more than 20 business-related boards in the U.S., Canada, Japan and Europe and has served on six occasions as Chairman. He has served as a member of the board of directors and chair of the orthopedic sector of the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) and was a director of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, the American Swiss Foundation and Bausch & Lomb Corporation. Mr. Elliott has served as the Indiana representative on the President's State Scholars Program and as a trustee of the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation (OREF). He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Mr. Elliott's qualifications to serve on our Board include his current experience as our CEO leading the day to day operations of our Company. In addition, Mr. Elliott's qualifications include his prior experience serving our Board from 2007 to 2009, as well as his prior experience as CEO of Zimmer Holdings, Inc., his extensive domestic and international financial, sales, management and operating executive experience in the orthopedic, medical device and consumer products markets. He is particularly experienced in driving operational excellence within highly regulated industries.

Board Memberships
Boston Scientific
Member of the Board of Directors
Former Named Executive Positions
Zimmer Holdings
Former Chief Executive Officer
Former Board Affiliations
Zimmer Holdings
Chair of the Board
 
Accumulated Wealth
Total $1,166,652
Equity Holdings $1,064,376
Pension Balance $102,276
Deferred Comp. Balance $0
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