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Broadcom's Penang-born CEO paid US$103m in 2017

It's the chipmaker's way of rewarding him for what he's done and what he might pull off - a hostile bid for Qualcomm

Tan Hock Eng's stock grant is valued at US$98.3 million. He also earned US$1.1 million in salary and a bonus of US$3.71 million. It is the largest pay package he has ever received in a single year.

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PENANG-born Broadcom chief executive officer Tan Hock Eng received US$103.2 million in reported compensation last year, his biggest-ever pay package, as the computer-chip maker prepares to make the largest acquisition in the history of technology.

His stock grant, valued...

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