This CEO made $46 million in a month, but his yearly pay is a mystery

Johnson Controls won’t say how much it paid its chief executive for 11 of the months he ran the publicly traded company last fiscal year, taking advantage of a loophole in pay-disclosure regulations.

Alex Molinaroli, who has been CEO of Johnson Controls since 2013 and an employee since 1983, received $46.4 million in compensation from Sept. 2 to Sept. 30, according to documents recently filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The documents omit what he made for the rest of the company’s fiscal year.

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