General Motors Corp. Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner saw his total pay, including stock options, decline about 22% in 2004. According to GM's proxy statement filed late Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, compensation also declined for GM Vice Chairmen John Devine and Bob Lutz, as well as GM North America President Gary Cowger, who relinquished that title last month to handle global manufacturing and labor duties. Wagoner received total compensation valued at roughly ...

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