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Emma Walmsley earns £1M pay rise in her first full year at GSK’s helm — but £5.9M package still trails other Big Pharma CEOs

Emma Walmsley’s £1 million ($1.3 million) pay raise in 2018 might have made her the highest-paid women on the FTSE 100, but the GlaxoSmithKline CEO’s compensation package still trails her peers in Big Pharma corner offices.

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