Bonus Watch ’13: Carlyle Group Co-Founders

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William Conway was handsomely rewarded for having quantitatively more faith in his firm’s products than David Rubenstein and Daniel D’Aniello combined.

The three founders— William E. Conway Jr. , Daniel A. D'Aniello and David M. Rubenstein—each took home $92.6 million in dividends and $281,375 in base salary and other compensation….

Mr. Conway pulled in $252.8 million from his investments in Carlyle's funds. Mr. D'Aniello's haul was $109.5 million, while Mr. Rubenstein collected $108.1 million.

Carlyle Group Founders Took Home About $750 Million for 2013 [WSJ]

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