Guess Inc. chief executive officer and vice chairman Paul Marciano saw his total compensation fall 0.3 percent last year, while his brother, Maurice Marciano, the company’s chairman, scored a 29 percent raise.
The ceo’s total compensation slid to $15.2 million from $15.3 million in 2007, according to a regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. His stock and option awards were reduced 11 percent to $6.4 million versus $7.2 million, while his nonequity incentive plan compensation shrank to $1.8 million from $5.9 million. All other compensation was $92,644, of which the ceo spent $31,439 on automobile expenses.
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