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Business Report: What Hawaii executives make

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Publicly-traded companies must disclose what they pay their CEOs. Pacific Business News researched total compensation including stock. The top-paid executives are:

Hawaiian Electric's Connie Lau, $5.9 million.
First Hawaiian's Bob Harrison, $5.8 million.
Bank of Hawaii's Peter Ho, $5 million.
Matson's Matt Cox, $4.4 million.
Hawaiian Airlines' Mark Dunkerley, $3.8 million.
Alexander & Baldwin's Chris Benjamin, $2 million.
Maui Land & Pine's Warren Haruki, $1.2 million.
Central Pacific's Catherine Ngo, $1 million.

Then, just for fun, PBN folded in top-earning athletes we know and love.

MARCUS MARIOTA, Tennessee Titans, $6.6 million.
KOLTEN WONG, St. Louis Cardinals, $2.5 million.
MANTI TEO, New Orleans Saints, $1.7 million.
KURT SUZUKI, Atlanta Braves, $1.6 million.

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