Harley-Davidson '05 salary, bonus total $1.2 mln

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CHICAGO, March 30 (Reuters) - U.S. motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc.'s chief executive officer received a combined salary and bonus for 2005 of $1.2 million, the company said on Thursday in a filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. James Ziemer, a 35-year veteran of the Milwaukee-based company, took over as CEO at the end of April last year. He previously had served as chief financial officer of the company. The Harley-Davidson proxy said that Ziemer's salary for 2005 ...

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