Goldman Sachs reported its CEO Lloyd Blankfein's 2013 pay jumped 50%. The company filed the information on Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In 2013 his pay increased to $23 million in total compensation, up from $21 million in 2012. As part of the compensation, Blankfein received a base salary of $2 million and a cash bonus of $6.3 million dollars. He also received $14.7 million in restricted stock, making Lloyd Blankfein one of the highest paid Wall Street CEOs.

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