Robert McDonald might have had a rocky exit from The Procter & Gamble Co., where he was pressured by activist investor William Ackman, but he left with compensation of $15.9 million for his final year of service.
That marked a 4.8 percent pay raise for the former chairman, president and chief executive officer, who stepped down at the end of the fiscal year on June 30. His pay package included $1.6 million in salary, a $3.3 million bonus and stock and option awards valued at $10.7 million. He might not ultimately realize the stock compensation given fluctuations in share price and vesting schedules.
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