Total Chief Executive Officer Patrick Pouyanne attends a Senate commission hearing in Paris, France, May 18, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
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Companies could move headquarters if France limits executive pay: Total CEOFirms could move their headquarters out of France if the government pursues legislation to limit the remuneration of company executives, the CEO of oil major Total said Wednesday.BP's shareholders voted against Chief Executive Bob Dudley's $20 million pay deal for 2015, after the company recorded a record annual loss and cut 5,000 jobs.Pouyanne said he was the lowest-paid CEO among the oil majors, with a fixed salary of about 1.4 million euros ($1.58 million).
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