Paul and Maurice Marciano, the brothers who serve respectively as chief executive officer and chairman of Guess Inc., saw their collective compensation rise 70 percent last year, to more than $26 million, as their firm registered double-digit increases in sales and profits.
Paul Marciano, the Los Angeles-based company’s top earner, netted $15.4 million in total compensation, 57.4 percent above the $9.8 million reported for 2009, with his $1 million salary unchanged and his nonequity incentive plan compensation down 1.7 percent to $4.75 million from $4.84 million. His stock and option awards totaled $2 million, 39.7 percent above the $1.4 million reported for 2009.
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