By  on April 5, 2011

Glenn Murphy’s sacrifices in 2009 came back to him with interest in 2010.

Murphy, chairman and chief executive officer of Gap Inc., saw his overall pay package grow 18 percent last year, to $5.9 million from $5 million in 2009. After he voluntarily reduced his salary 15 percent, or $225,000, in 2009, it returned to its regular level of $1.5 million in 2010. And in appreciation of both his stewardship of the San Francisco-based firm and his willingness to earn less “given a highly uncertain business environment,” Gap’s compensation committee awarded him a special bonus of $635,000.

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