Steve Jobs tops list of CEO overachievers

Which Fortune 100 CEOs led their companies to outperform the S&P 500 last year -- and collected the lowest pay for their efforts? CNNMoney has posted its list of 15 top CEO overachievers -- those who had stocks rise and collected the lowest pay in the industry.

Which Fortune 100 CEOs led their companies to outperform the S&P 500 last year -- and collected the lowest pay for their efforts? CNNMoney has posted its list of 15 top CEO overachievers -- those who had stocks rise and collected the lowest pay in the industry.

Steve Jobs tops the list with his $1 salary. 1. Steve Jobs, $1 Total pay: $1 Company: Apple AAPL stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 09/09): 63% vs. -9.2%

2. Lloyd C. Blankfein, $862,657 Total pay: $862,657 Company: Goldman Sachs Group GS stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 102% vs. 23.5%

3. John J. Mack*, $939,241 Total pay: $939,241 Company: Morgan Stanley MS stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 87% vs. 23.5%

4. Michael Dell, $963,623 Total pay: $963,623 Company: Dell DELL stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 01/10): 36% vs. 32.0%

5. James Dimon, $1.3 million Total pay: $1.3 million Company: JPMorgan Chase JPM stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 34% vs. 23.5% 6. Steven A. Ballmer, $1.3 million Total pay: $1.3 million Company: Microsoft MSFT stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 06/09): -12% vs. -28.2%

7. W. Bruce Johnson*, $1.5 million Total pay: $1.5 million Company: Sears Holdings SHLDstock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 01/10): 128% vs. 32.0%

8. Jeffrey P. Bezos, $1.8 million Total pay: $1.8 million Company: Amazon.com AMZN stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 162% vs. 23.5%

9. Mary F. Sammons*, $2.5 million Total pay: $2.5 million Company: Rite Aid RAD stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 02/10): 443% vs. 59.2%

10. Ralph S. Cunningham, $3.1 million Total pay: $3.1 million Company: Enterprise GP Holdings EPE stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 135% vs. 23.5%

11. R. David Yost, $5.5 million Total pay: $5.5 million Company: AmerisourceBergen ABC stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 09/09): 20% vs. -9.2%

12. James W. Owens*, $6.8 million Total pay: $6.8 million Company: Caterpillar CAT stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 31% vs. 23.5%

13. Gregory M.E. Spierkel, $7.9 million Total pay: $7.9 million Company: Ingram Micro IM stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 30% vs. 23.5%

14. Francis S. Blake, $9.9 million Total pay: $9.9 million Company: Home Depot HD stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 01/10): 34% vs. 32.0%

15. George Paz, $10.6 million Total pay: $10.6 million Company: Express Scripts ESRX stock outperformed S&P 500 (1 yr., through 12/09): 57% vs. 23.5%

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