Highest Paid CEOs 2008

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Monday, September 01, 2008

TOP CEO PAY

RANK EXECUTIVE AGE COMPANY LAST YEAR’S TOTAL TOTAL SALARY BONUS STOCK AWARDS OPTION AWARDS NON-EQUITY INCENTIVE PLAN COMPENSATION CHANGE IN PENSION VALUE ALL OTHER COMP
ENSATION
% CHANGE OVER LAST YEAR $ CHANGE OVER LAST YEAR
1 Mark Donegan* 51 Precision Castparts Corp. $8,328,499 $9,159,660 $1,175,000 $0 $0 $3,988,290 $1,833,750 $2,109,443 $53,177 10.0% $831,161
2 Mark G. Parker 51 Nike NA $6,227,968 $1,250,000 $0 $815,720 $1,839,987 $2,147,537 $2,567 $172,157 NA NA
3 John D. Carter 61 Schnitzer Steel Industries NA $5,895,950 $794,135 $2,721,875 $933,468 $277,272 $1,078,281 $2,563 $88,356 NA NA
4 Mark S. Dodson 63 Northwest Natural Gas Co. $2,376,533 $4,894,439 $544,167 $119,232 $798,958 $286,933 $280,768 $2,746,717 $117,664 105.9% $2,517,906
5 Eric E. Parsons 59 StanCorp Financial Group $3,821,201 $4,621,121 $725,000 $226,200 $1,105,865 $973,173 $909,585 $610,805 $70,493 20.9% $799,920
6 Earl R. Lewis 64 FLIR Systems $1,973,605 $3,917,426 $750,000 $0 $258,029 $744,124 $1,500,000 $619,704 $45,569 98.5% $1,943,821
7 Andrew A. Wiederhorn 42 Fog Cutter Capital Group $4,048,170 $3,514,148 $1,723,909 $915,000 $549,881 $288,750 $0 $0 $36,608 -13.2% ($534,022)
8 Don R. Kania 53 FEI Co. $2,052,539 $3,472,677 $570,625 $0 $1,227,514 $874,074 $797,528 $0 $2,936 69.2% $1,420,138
9 Kay L. Toolson 64 Monaco Coach Corp. $2,204,770 $3,107,673 $936,000 $0 $1,255,990 $0 $864,411 $0 $51,272 41.0% $902,903
10 Peggy Y. Fowler 56 Portland General Electric Co. $2,518,882 $2,770,469 $622,208 $0 $682,110 $913,478 $510,220 $0 $42,453 10.0% $251,587
11 Walden C. Rhines* 61 Mentor Graphics Corp. NA $2,409,266 $640,884 $0 $0 $985,240 $762,845 $0 $20,297 NA NA
12 Richard H. Wills 52 Tektronix** NA $2,185,746 $673,077 $0 $380,901 $550,173 $432,115 $69,675 $79,805 NA NA
13 Raymond P. Davis 58 Umpqua Holdings Corp. $2,462,729 $2,072,528 $714,000 $0 $223,896 $557,952 $285,600 $227,270 $63,810 -15.8% ($390,201)
14 Robert C. Warren, Jr.* 59 Cascade Corp. $1,593,321 $1,987,684 $500,000 $0 $381,758 $438,596 $616,000 $0 $51,330 24.8% $394,363
15 James S. Osterman 70 Blount International $1,693,300 $1,897,939 $640,385 $650,000 $543,260 $0 $0 ($74,559) $138,853 12.1% $204,639
16 Hans H. Olsen*** 59 Pixelworks NA $1,747,964 $306,000 $421,013 $213,000 $525,334 $183,600 $0 $99,017 NA NA
17 Timothy P. Boyle 58 Columbia Sportswear Co. $1,745,721 $1,725,185 $772,308 $171,600 $0 $0 $745,087 $0 $36,190 -1.2% ($20,536)
18 Scott. C. Grout 45 RadiSys Corp. $1,402,885 $1,562,586 $452,413 $0 $441,742 $483,821 $176,600 $0 $8,010 11.4% $159,701
19 Nicholas Konidaris* 63 Electro Scientific Industries $1,713,337 $1,441,769 $416,667 $0 $452,115 $66,097 $502,327 $0 $4,563 -15.9% ($271,568)
20 Mark R. Hollinger*** 49 Merix Corp. NA $1,367,004 $289,967 $0 $244,585 $218,426 $0 $0 $614,026 NA NA
21 Stephen A. Skaggs 62 Lattice Semiconductor Corp. $1,192,917 $1,208,194 $399,996 $0 $32,325 $735,164 $0 $0 $40,709 1.3% $15,277
22 Bruce Davis 55 Digimarc Corp. $1,100,805 $1,172,886 $410,000 $0 $500,834 $255,302 $0 $0 $6,750 6.5% $72,081
23 Denis R. Burger, Ph.D.*** 64 AVI Biopharma $1,191,557 $1,148,598 $91,226 $0 $0 $1,057,372 $0 $0 $0 -3.6% ($42,959)
24 Patricia L. Moss 54 Cascade Bancorp $1,221,896 $1,098,732 $380,000 $0 $192,271 $58,072 $0 $422,032 $46,357 -10.1% ($123,164)
25 Sidney B. DeBoer 64 Lithia Motors $1,470,838 $1,070,873 $840,000 $0 $0 $195,234 $4,300 $0 $31,339 -27.2% ($399,965)
26 William A. Furman 63 Greenbrier Companies NA $1,066,982 $625,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $441,982 NA NA
27 Gerald K. Perkel 52 Planar Systems NA $1,032,449 $447,692 $0 $118,061 $276,396 $155,280 $0 $35,020 NA NA
28 Ralph G. Quinsey 52 TriQuint Semiconductor $1,188,809 $968,794 $369,843 $50,000 $0 $482,410 $57,424 $0 $9,117 -18.5% ($220,015)
29 Joseph P. Schneider 48 LaCrosse Footwear $967,380 $946,732 $424,423 $0 $0 $77,150 $426,233 $0 $18,926 -2.1% ($20,648)
30 Michael D. Burger 49 Merix Corp. NA $831,951 $50,769 $720,000 $23,854 $35,910 $0 $0 $1,418 NA NA
31 Robert D. Sznewajs 61 West Coast Bancorp $1,299,851 $830,412 $360,000 $0 $293,089 $67,519 $0 $87,896 $21,908 -36.1% ($469,439)
32 Richard B. Stern 47 TRM $96,277 $732,600 $376,947 $170,000 $141,448 $41,979 $0 $0 $2,226 660.9% $636,323
33 Brian W. Dunham 50 Northwest Pipe Co.† $1,028,126 $680,235 $545,000 $0 $0 $9,681 $53,948 $71,606 $0 -33.8% ($347,891)
34 Douglas L. Schmick 60 McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants $569,477 $668,203 $379,808 $0 $115,145 $99,729 $60,000 $0 $13,521 17.3% $98,726
35 Paul A. Rosenbaum 65 Rentrak Corp. $673,006 $635,234 $475,000 $0 $0 $133,406 $0 $0 $26,828 -5.6% ($37,772)
36 John L. Anhorn 65 PremierWest Bancorp $773,170 $590,042 $292,000 $0 $0 $13,686 $61,668 $175,965 $46,723 -23.7% ($183,128)
37 Roger L. Christensen 50 Columbia Bancorp $700,734 $488,956 $255,000 $0 $40,971 $3,306 $108,983 $63,184 $17,512 -30.2% ($211,778)
38 Hal M. Brown 54 Pacific Continental Corp. $435,470 $435,850 $266,858 $113,682 $0 $28,044 $0 $0 $27,266 0.1% $380
39 Rodney M. Boucher 64 Microfield Group $315,186 $353,845 $300,000 $0 $0 $41,430 $0 $0 $12,415 12.3% $38,659
40 Eric W. Strid*** 55 Cascade Microtech $307,485 $349,693 $248,000 $0 $0 $0 $96,161 $0 $5,532 13.7% $42,208
AVERAGE 57 $1,692,531 $2,057,262 $550,858 $156,965 $306,841 $440,588 $366,256 $178,372 $65,053 28.3% $227,636


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List compiled by research editor Brandon Sawyer


* Figures obtained from company’s 2008 fiscal year.
** Company acquired by Danaher in November 2007.
*** No longer serving as CEO.
† Moved headquarters to Vancouver, Wash. in April 2008.

 


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