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Mark G. Parker’s Total Pay at Nike Declines

The president and chief executive officer saw his total compensation for fiscal 2014 dip 4.8 percent to $14.7 million.

PARKER’S COMPENSATION SLIPS: Mark G. Parker, the president and chief executive officer of Nike Inc., saw his total compensation for fiscal 2014 dip 4.8 percent to $14.7 million from $15.4 million in fiscal 2013.

Parker’s base salary slipped 3.7 percent to nearly $1.6 million. Stock awards totaling $3.5 million remained the same for both years. There were slight shifts in other categories, such as option award and non-equity incentive plan compensation. The information came from a regulatory filing.

The filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday also said the company will hold its annual meeting on Sept. 18 at 10:00 a.m. at the Tiger Woods Conference Center in Beaverton, Ore.

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