Website releases report on wage gap between CEOs, workers in tech

In this Tuesday, March 23, 2010, file photo, the Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Brussels. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, File)

Career website Glassdoor released a new report Tuesday that focused on the wage gap between CEOs and average workers in tech companies in 2014.

The report found that on average, a CEO earns almost 204 times what his or her worker earns.

Companies with the largest pay gap include Oracle, where the CEO makes more than $67 million -- that's 573 times more than its average worker making $117,000 a year.

Yahoo's CEO makes more than $42 million. Apple's CEO earns $9 million. Salesforce CEO makes $31 million and Hewlett-Packard's salary is $19 million.

Companies with the smallest pay ratio are Facebook, where the CEO makes just over $610,00, that's only four times more than his workers. At Google, the CEO takes just $1, but both CEOs earn millions more each year in stock.

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