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Wednesday, 30 January 2008 09:43

HP Hurd gets $26 million bonus

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Beats his targets


HP CEO
Mark Hurd received has more than $26 million fas a bonus for the 2007 fiscal year.

Hurd gets $1.4 million as a basic salary, another $1.4 million in bonus money and nearly $12 million in cash incentive payouts. Hurd also received shares of restricted stock valued at $6.8 million and stock options worth nearly $4 million.

He also gets $515,000 in additional compensation, including more than $138,000 in restricted stock dividends, nearly $126,000 in expenses for home security services and a mortgage subsidy of about $111,000.

He made $4.8 million on stock options he exercised, and he had $7.4 million worth of HP stock vested during the latest period. The extra cash bonus comes about because the board is happy with HP's aggressive sales growth and cost-cutting moves.
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