Safra Catz, CFO and president, Oracle.
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top-paid female executiveCatz was awarded a $56.9 million pay package last year, placing her first among women on the Bloomberg Pay Index, a ranking of the 200 best-paid executives at companies that trade on U.S. exchanges.Of the 17 women who currently rank among the 200 top-paid executives, 15 serve as executive officers of companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index. All but one of those businesses are bigger than the median of that group, which helps lift the compensation of their bosses since pay tends to be correlated with company revenue, said Eric Hoffmann, a vice president at executive compensation consulting firm Farient Advisors.
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