http://observer.com/2014/12/maximum-wage-the-best-compensated-ceos/ 2. Leslie Moonves, 65, president and CEO, CBS Corp., $66,932,581 As the Hollywood Reporter noted, under Mr. Moonves, CBS has been the most-watched network for 11 of the past 12 seasons. But has the master lost the golden touch? A scan of the ratings, via tvseriesfinale.com, shows that most of the network’s scripted programming has lost viewership. Then again, the Nielsens may not matter as much to advertisers, because so many people watch their shows on digital platforms that entertainment industry types argue the numbers are not adequately counted. 9. James E. Meyer, 59, CEO, Sirius XM Holdings, $23,065,307 As the guy who runs a company that puts Howard Stern, Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Laura, Eminem and B.B. King under the same corporate roof, the low-profile Mr. Meyer has helped make SiriusXM the world’s largest radio broadcaster measured by revenue, taking in more than $4 billion. But there’s a serious threat out there for the satellite radio company. Former members of rock band the Turtles sued Sirius, claiming the broadcaster committed “copyright infringement and engaged in unfair competition by publicly performing sound recordings owned by … the original members of the Turtles.” Last month, a federal judge in New York allowed the suit to go forward. Clearly, the parties are not Happy Together.