Maurice Marciano, who made the transition to nonexecutive chairman of and consultant to Guess Inc. at the close of its last fiscal year on Jan. 28, pocketed a $1.4 million special cash bonus in connection with his retirement.
The bonus helped lift his overall compensation last year to $13.8 million, 27.9 percent above the $10.8 million recorded for fiscal 2010. His salary for the year was unchanged at $1 million and he received no nonequity incentive plan compensation after getting $1.9 million in the prior year.
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