Top CEO pay 2007

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Monday, October 01, 2007
'07 '06 Executive Company Total 1 Salary Bonus Ann. Bonus as a % of Target 2 Stock Awards 3 Option Awards 3 Total Cash Based LTI 4 All Other Comp. % Change '06-'07 $ Change '06-'07
1 NR Mark G. Parker, 49 Nike $11,485,109 $1,144,231 $1,293,890 $2,313,882 $6,025,939 $500,000 $207,167 - -
2 NR Don R. Kania, Ph.D, 52 FEI Co. $7,949,917 $550,000 $750,000 $2,907,000 $3,498,690 $0 $244,227 - -
3 3 Mark Donegan, 50 Precision Castparts Corp. $7,638,197 $975,000 $1,353,450 $0 $5,309,047 $0 $700 1% $96,698
4 14 John D. Carter, 60 Schnitzer Steel Industries $5,421,676 $726,461 $2,250,000 $324,245 $2,108,340 $0 $12,630 213% $3,691,854
5 40 Andrew A. Wiederhorn, 41 Fog Cutter Capital Group $4,999,079 $519,559 $3,157,356 $0 $1,252,500 $0 $69,664 748% $4,409,591
6 5 Eric E. Parsons, 58 Stancorp Financial Group $3,959,701 $725,000 $570,575 98% $1,853,447 $736,248 $0 $74,431 23% $733,775
7 17 Walden C. Rhines, 60 Mentor Graphics Corp. $3,943,553 $613,156 $1,729,514 275% $0 $1,594,283 $0 $6,600 148% $2,350,856
8 16 Nicholas Konidaris, 62 Electro Scientific Industries $3,404,033 $435,069 $462,840 $388,400 $2,111,007 $0 $6,717 113% $1,804,184
9 2 Earl R. Lewis, 63 FLIR Systems $3,004,814 $711,539 $840,000 120% $346,932 $1,053,694 $0 $52,649 -76% ($9,506,635)
10 4 Richard H. Wills, 51 Tektronix $2,849,134 $648,077 $472,900 $595,800 $1,112,380 $0 $19,977 -14% ($453,653)
11 NR Peggy Y. Fowler, 55 Portland General Electric $2,297,810 $537,340 $483,355 122% $915,000 $0 $0 $362,115 - -
12 25 Kay L. Toolson, 63 Monaco Coach Corp. $2,199,662 $900,000 $0 0% $1,264,267 $0 $0 $35,395 123% $1,211,104
13 13 William A. Furman, 62 The Greenbrier Companies $1,845,000 $575,000 $862,500 $0 $0 $0 $407,500 4% $62,500
14 34 Timothy P. Boyle, 57 Columbia Sportswear $1,745,721 $739,980 $976,800 150% $0 $0 $0 $28,941 136% $1,005,897
15 NR Stephen A. Skaggs, 61 Lattice Semiconductor Corp. $1,612,321 $399,996 $300,000 83% $0 $900,030 $0 $12,295 - -
16 22 James S. Osterman, 69 Blount International $1,584,490 $590,385 $550,000 143% $318,009 $0 $0 $126,096 29% $355,860
17 9 Scott C. Grout, 44 RadiSys Corp. $1,581,387 $434,385 $218,400 67% $363,125 $557,617 $0 $7,860 -22% ($439,408)
18 15 Sidney B. DeBoer, 63 Lithia Motors $1,549,552 $822,500 $441,000 $0 $263,520 $0 $22,532 -7% ($121,548)
19 32 Denis R. Burger*, 63 AVI BioPharma $1,518,333 $375,000 $0 $0 $1,134,533 $0 $8,800 101% $763,483
20 18 Bruce Davis, 54 Digimarc Corp. $1,485,171 $410,000 $257,489 84% $219,818 $591,264 $0 $6,600 -2% ($30,537)
21 8 Raymond P. Davis, 57 Umpqua Holdings Corp. $1,467,164 $673,215 $499,669 101% $0 $223,490 $0 $70,790 -34% ($753,322)
22 19 Mark S. Dodson, 62 Northwest Natural Gas Co. $1,377,299 $512,499 $373,000 193% $279,450 $144,624 $0 $67,726 -7% ($104,187)
23 NR James C. O’Shea*, 61 Bioject Medical Technologies $1,264,521 $355,647 $0 $451,300 $0 $0 $457,574 - -
24 24 Robert D. Sznewajs, 60 West Coast Bancorp $1,188,957 $340,000 $340,000 $360,250 $129,343 $0 $19,364 12% $127,227
25 28 Michael Flannery*, 63 Pope & Talbot $1,180,615 $573,588 $526,267 $45,360 $28,800 $0 $6,600 27% $250,266
26 10 Robert C. Warren Jr., 58 Cascade Corp. $1,127,342 $460,000 $579,600 180% $0 $53,340 $0 $34,402 -43% ($858,732)
27 20 Patricia L. Moss, 53 Cascade Bancorp $1,087,943 $323,841 $388,596 200% $339,249 $0 $0 $36,257 -23% ($319,613)
28 37 Saed Mohseni*, 44 McCormick & Schmick’s $1,067,731 $344,231 $262,500 100% $461,000 $0 $0 $0 68% $430,308
29 39 Joseph P. Schneider, 47 LaCrosse Footwear $1,003,853 $410,000 $456,594 100% $0 $113,980 $0 $23,279 64% $390,758
30 23 Jerry A. Duke, 59 PW Eagle** $978,766 $284,616 $206,625 153% $98,991 $350,736 $0 $37,798 -13% ($144,382)
31 26 Kenneth L. Tepper*I, 47 TRM Corp. $933,291 $475,008 $409,057 $41,910 $0 $0 $7,316 -4% ($36,203)
32 6 Gerald K. Perkel, 51 Planar Systems $927,346 $421,730 $479,106 $0 $0 $0 $26,510 -65% ($1,722,597)
33 36 Ralph G. Quinsey, 51 TriQuint Semiconductor $845,368 $369,916 $87,285 137% $0 $386,925 $0 $1,242 31% $199,661
34 29 Kyle C. Ranson*, 45 InFocus Corp. $803,285 $525,000 $0 0% $0 $269,828 $0 $8,457 -6% ($48,191)
35 38 Mark R. Hollinger,* 48 Merix Corp. $630,376 $330,000 $0 $124,191 $169,661 $0 $6,524 2% $10,358
36 27 Allen H. Alley*, 52 Pixelworks $618,456 $306,800 $40,896 $0 $156,910 $0 $113,850 -34% ($320,686)
37 30 Brian W. Dunham, 49 Northwest Pipe Co. $609,524 $520,000 $18,601 $0 $0 $0 $70,923 -28% ($239,394)
38 NR Patrick W. Cavanagh, 53 Williams Controls $577,842 $240,000 $240,002 $89,040 $0 $0 $8,800 - -
39 35 Roger L. Christensen, 49 Columbia Bancorp $565,886 $220,000 $280,500 145% $47,040 $0 $0 $18,346 -21% ($151,371)
40 12 Chester L.F. Paulson, 71 Paulson Capital Corp. $462,956 $0 $137,916 100% $0 $0 $0 $325,040 -76% ($1,490,524)
41 33 Paul A. Rosenbaum, 64 Rentrak Corp. $459,158 $450,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $9,158 -39% ($293,589)
42 43 Hal M. Brown, 53 Pacific Continental Corp. $451,195 $234,000 $142,560 $0 $46,862 $0 $27,773 24% $86,468
43 31 John L. Anhorn, 64 PremierWest Bancorp $415,305 $226,000 $143,000 79% $0 $0 $0 $46,305 -50% ($416,243)
44 45 Rodney M. Boucher, 63 Microfield Group $312,415 $300,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $12,415 8% $22,415
45 44 Eric W. Strid, 54 Cascade Microtech $307,485 $252,692 $51,405 26% $0 $0 $0 $3,388 5% $15,295
46 NR Wayne A. Case, 65 Schmitt Industries $294,944 $193,546 $37,500 $0 $0 $0 $63,898 - -
47 NR Douglas M. Pihl, 67 MathStar $274,866 $246,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $28,866 - -
48 NR Gary E. Henry, 50 Metro One Telecom. $267,071 $183,787 $83,284 $0 $0 $0 $0 - -
49 NR William V. Humphreys Sr., 59 Citizens Bancorp $252,240 $202,240 $50,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 - -
50 47 M. ‘Sreeni’ Sreenivasan*, 58 Synthetech $222,510 $204,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $18,510 -13% ($31,901)

Definitions


Stock options

: the right to buy a predetermined number of shares at a specific price at a future date. The option holder will only benefit if the stock price exceeds the price at grant. For purposes of this analysis, SARs (stock appreciate rights) are also considered options.

Restricted stock: shares of stock that are earned only after the passage of a set amount of time. This definition includes restricted stock units (RSUs).

Performance shares: shares of stock that are awarded only after certain company financial targets (earnings per share, total revenue, etc.) are met. This includes any vehicle denominated in company shares that are dependent on some performance measure to earn the right.

Notes


1 Data reflects most recent fiscal year as reported in the latest company proxy statement. Total direct compensation is equal to: base salary + annual bonus + stock awards + option awards + target cash-based LTI + all other compensation.

2 Calculated where target bonus data is available.

3 For companies filing under new SEC disclosure requirements, equity values represent the grant date fair value. For equity valuations for companies filing under the old disclosure requirements, Black-Scholes values were used.

4 For companies filing under new disclosure rules, consists of target cash-based LTI payments. For companies filing under old disclosure, amount consists of actual cash-based LTI payments.

5 Base salary information for partial years has been annualized.

NOTE: The data for this analysis was compiled by Equilar, a compensation research firm located in San Mateo, Calif., and then reviewed by Bill Smith, the compensation office practice leader at Watson Wyatt.

* No longer serving as CEO.

** Company acquired by J-M Manufacturing of Livingston, N.J., in June 2007.

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