Ford Motor Co. in its 2007 proxy statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission says President and CEO Alan Mulally’s compensation in 2006 totaled $28,183,476. Included is $18.5 million, which consisted of a $7.5 million hiring bonus and $11 million to offset forfeited performance and stock option awards from his former employer, Boeing Corp. Other compensation received by Mulally totaled $334,433, which included $172,974 for use of the corporate aircraft and $55,469 for ...

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