DaimlerChrysler AG increased pay for 13 top executives last year, more than doubling their previous salary. The auto maker’s management board, comprised of 13 executives, had a combined salary of €50.8 million ($54.7 million) vs. €22 million ($23.7 million) in 2001, say reports. Breaking down the figure, €13.4 million ($14.4 million) was doled out in fixed compensation and €37.4 million ($40.3 million) was given in the form of short-term and mid-term incentives. DC’s supervisory board ...

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