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Executive Compensation : Incentives Drive Salaries

December 2009 By Mark Michelson
Editor-in-Chief

5) KEITH S. WALTERS
Chairman, President and CEO
Ennis Inc., Midlothian, TX
Salary + Incentives: $932,802
Other Compensation: $232,180
Total: $1,164,982
Previous Year Total: $1,590,832
Percentage Change: -27%

6) THOMAS J. QUINLAN
President and CEO
RR Donnelley, Chicago
Salary + Incentives: $985,641
Other Compensation: $56,764
Total: $1,042,405
Previous Year Total: $2,595,318
Percentage Change: -60%

7) ROBERT KEANE
President and CEO
Vistaprint, Lexington, MA
Salary + Incentives: $875,650
Other Compensation: n/a
Total: $875,650
Previous Year Total: $1,124,805
Percentage Change: -22%

8) DAVID J. SHEA
Chairman and CEO
Bowne & Co., New York
Salary: $699,519
Other Compensation: $100,396
Total: $799,915
Previous Year Total: $1,339,198
Percentage Change: -40%
 
9) JOE R. DAVIS
Chairman and CEO
Consolidated Graphics, Houston
Salary + Incentives: $740,625
Other Compensation: $4,101
Total: $744,726
Previous Year Total: $1,503,882
Percentage Change: -50%
 
10) JOSEPH MORGAN (3)
President and CEO
Standard Register, Dayton, OH
Salary + Incentives: $496,731
Other Compensation: $129,561
Total: $626,292
Previous Year Total: $425,091
Percentage Change: 47%
(3) Joseph Morgan was named president and CEO at Standard Register in January 2009, after serving as executive vice president/COO, then acting CEO.


 

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