Bonus Watch '15: Blackstone CEOs

Stephen Schwarzman's performance review must have gone really well.
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Lock up yo' crab claws!

Blackstone Group LP co-founder and Chief Executive Stephen Schwarzman collected about $690 million in dividends, compensation and fund payouts for 2014, according to a Friday regulatory filing, the highest annual payout ever notched by a founder of a publicly traded private-equity firm. The amount represents a nearly 50% increase over Mr. Schwarzman’s 2013 figure and also tops the $546 million received in 2013 by Leon Black, who co-founded Apollo Global Management LLC.

Blackstone Group CEO Collected $690 Million In 2014 [WSJ]

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