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Top 10 highest-paid CIOs of 2016

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Top 10 highest-paid CIOs of 2016

Tech leaders from Walgreens, Target, and AIG top the list of CIOs with the highest salaries this year. Here's how much they made, and other earnings trends in the field.

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