BAILOUTS OF financial institutions and pleas for assistance from domestic auto manufacturers have put top executive performance and compensation into the headlines. The excesses that fueled public outrage won’t be found among the earnings of principal officers at the largest publicly held printing companies included in Printing Impressions’ 19th annual executive compensation report.
Keith S. Walters
These are the industry's high rollers—printing's version of the The Forbes 400 list of wealthiest people. Printing Impressions' 15th annual executive compensation report shows what the top industry execs take home, by highlighting the industry's top money earners at publicly held printing companies. Mark Angelson, CEO of Chicago-based RR Donnelley, ranks first in annual salary for this year's list, earning more than $3 million. This is the second consecutive year that a RR Donnelley exec has topped our list. The rankings indicate previous fiscal year salaries, most recent fiscal year wages and the percentage change in compensation from the two fiscal years that are
These are the executives that have chipped their way to the top financial level. This feature, Printing Impressions' 12th annual executive compensation report, highlights the industry's top money earners at publicly held printing companies. W. Ed Tyler, former president and CEO of Moore Corp., appears at the top of this year's ranking with total compensation of $27,291,216. This total is bolstered by $26.5 million in "other compensation" paid out after Tyler left the company late last year. The rankings indicate previous fiscal year salaries, most recent fiscal year wages and the percentage change in compensation from the two fiscal years that are shown. While
SAN ANTONIO—DeSoto, TX-based Ennis Business Forms, beginning to show the benefits of its recent reorganization, has returned to making acquisitions. Ennis has entered into an agreement to purchase the assets and business of American Forms, a business forms manufacturer that is based here. In its most recent fiscal year, American had sales of approximately $4.5 million. According to Keith S. Walters, chairman and CEO, this acquisition complements Ennis' market presence in the San Antonio metro market, and it is expected to enhance American Forms' ability to serve its existing customer base. In addition to the American Forms purchase, Ennis also announced the acquisition of