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Friday, August 20, 2010
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RANK EXECUTIVE (AGE)
COMPANY
TOTAL '09
'08
SALARY '09
'08
BONUS '09
'08
STOCK AWARDS '09
'08
OPTION AWARDS '09
'08
NON-EQUITY INCENTIVE PLAN COMP '09
'08
CHANGE IN PENSION VALUE '09
'08
ALL OTHER COMP '09
'08
CHANGE FROM ’08-’09 CHANGE IN STOCK PRICE 12/31
08-09
'10 '09
1 4" Mark G. Parker (54)
Nike*
$13,118,834
$7,113,395
$1,475,000
$1,463,462
-
-
$3,500,003
$2,250,012
$3,510,270
$2,309,796
$4,441,875
$900,000
-
-
$191,686
$190,125
84.40%
$6,005,439
29.50%
2 3" Mark Donegan (53)
Precision Castparts Corp.*
$10,873,091
$6,994,194
$1,366,875
$1,275,000
$225,000
$500,000
-
-
$5,265,232
$3,924,750
$827,820
$1,189,350
$3,128,050
$63,830
$60,114
$41,264
55.50%
$3,878,897
85.50%
3 2" Earl R. Lewis (66)
FLIR Systems
$5,817,341
$8,917,342
$825,000
$823,206
-
-
$868,530
$657,932
$1,858,017
$1,453,590
$594,000
$2,095,500
$1,627,954
$3,847,576
$43,840
$39,538
-34.80%
-$3,100,001
6.70%
4 NR" Tamara L. Lundgren** (52)
Schnitzer Steel Industries
$3,725,171
$7,100,106
$775,769
$688,793
$225,000
$639,000
$1,398,391
$1,302,073
$52,865
$53,010
$1,200,000
$4,361,000
$31,335
$2,748
$41,811
$53,482
-47.50%
-$3,374,935
26.70%
5 NR" J. Greg Ness** (52)
StanCorp Financial Group
$3,723,004
$3,628,595
$612,500
$541,667
$291,915
$198,273
$210,541
$385,179
$941,703
$768,985
$315,315
$198,360
$1,266,498
$1,482,317
$84,532
$53,814
2.60%
$94,409
-4.20%
6 NR" Joshua L. Collins** (45)
Blount International
$3,301,365
NA
$84,615
-
-
-
-
-
$3,183,750
-
$33,000
-
-
-
-
-
NA
NA
6.50%
7 13" Walden C. Rhines (63)
Mentor Graphics Corp.*
$3,128,172
$1,721,415
$659,551
$659,551
-
-
$715,028
-
$987,760
$1,038,520
$758,483
-
-
-
$7,350
$23,344
81.70%
$1,406,757
70.80%
8 NR" William P. Livek** (56)
Rentrak Corp.*
$3,036,228
NA
$119,327
-
$150,000
-
$1,293,200
-
$1,464,475
-
-
-
-
-
$9,226
-
NA
NA
49.90%
9 9" Don R. Kania (55)
FEI Co.
$2,534,167
$1,847,771
$577,500
$577,500
-
-
$716,562
$993,600
$669,860
-
$566,781
$273,735
-
-
$3,464
$2,936
37.10%
$686,396
23.90%
10 NR" Gregg S. Kantor** (52)
Northwest Natural Gas Co.
$2,418,958
$1,266,639
$446,000
$364,833
$234,848
$64,615
$243,631
$131,250
$136,508
$42,757
$330,152
$172,485
$994,375
$463,775
$33,444
$26,924
91.00%
$1,152,319
1.80%
11 12" Scott. C. Grout (47)
RadiSys Corp.
$2,398,262
$1,757,106
$478,570
$476,242
-
-
$987,735
$252,548
$547,430
$379,090
$375,917
$641,066
-
-
$8,610
$8,160
36.50%
$641,156
72.70%
12 7" Raymond P. Davis (60)
Umpqua Holdings Corp.
$2,316,716
$3,216,745
$714,000
$714,000
-
-
$320,400
$601,860
$184,000
$485,000
-
$297,525
$1,054,236
$1,048,916
$44,080
$69,444
-28.00%
-$900,029
-7.30%
13 16" Nicholas Konidaris (65)
Electro Scientific Industries*
$1,938,067
$1,726,809
$475,781
$468,598
-
-
$623,283
$895,320
$581,700
$258,836
$257,303
$98,780
-
-
-
$5,275
12.20%
$211,258
59.40%
14 17" Gerald K. Perkel (54)
Planar Systems
$1,793,777
$1,298,575
$462,083
$452,539
-
-
$1,188,476
$446,220
$117,943
$272,481
-
$99,162
-
-
$25,275
$28,173
38.10%
$495,202
360.70%
15 24" Sidney B. DeBoer (66)
Lithia Motors
$1,546,466
$995,825
$840,000
$840,000
-
-
-
-
-
$135,244
$679,200
-
-
-
$27,266
$20,581
55.30%
$550,641
152.10%
16 26" Timothy P. Boyle (60)
Columbia Sportswear Co.
$1,525,243
$827,799
$810,000
$804,231
-
-
-
-
-
-
$686,556
-
-
-
$28,687
$23,568
84.30%
$697,444
10.40%
17 15" William A. Furman (65)
Greenbrier Companies
$1,456,238
$1,394,646
$562,500
$708,333
-
-
$451,931
$232,038
-
-
-
-
-
-
$441,807
$454,275
4.40%
$61,592
51.10%
18 NR" James J. Piro** (57)
Portland General Electric Co.
$1,433,807
$887,486
$550,008
$370,194
-
-
$549,997
$185,478
-
-
$103,301
$271,944
$186,210
$35,172
$44,291
$24,698
61.60%
$546,321
4.80%
19 22" Michael D. Burger** (51)
Merix Corp.†
$1,329,466
$1,775,593
$563,076
$600,000
-
-
$342,280
$339,478
$344,009
$533,755
$64,191
-
-
-
$15,910
$302,360
-25.10%
-$446,127
775.00%
20 NR" William T. Freeman** (50)
McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants
$1,147,518
NA
$399,630
-
$250,000
-
-
-
$457,500
-
-
-
-
-
$40,388
-
NA
NA
73.10%


 

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