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10 CEOs Who Are Shockingly Overpaid

Gregory Cappelli of Apollo Group

Gregory Cappelli of Apollo Group (© Ken Lund/Wikimedia Commons)
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Gregory Cappelli of Apollo Group

Apollo owns the University of Phoenix, the stocks for which increased only 10% last year. However, his salary increased over 1,400% in 2011, allowing him to earn $25.1 million.

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