Despite record profits, some Ford Motor Co. executives missed their target bonuses because vehicle quality and customer satisfaction failed to meet the company's internal bogeys, Ford reported in a proxy statement last week. Chief Executive Jacques Nasser was rewarded with a sharp boost in pay, earning $10.2 million in salary, bonus and dividends (up 48% from his $6.9 million package in 1998, when he was Ford automotive operations chief). Mr. Nasser also received $2.9 million under a ...
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