Nissan's Ghosn makes $12 mln, tops Sony's Stringer


YOKOHAMA, Japan, June 29 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn made 982 million yen ($12.1 million) last year, likely making him the highest-paid executive at a Japanese company again, topping the 863 million yen earned by his Sony Corp counterpart, Howard Stringer. Ghosn's total compensation, including stock options, rose 10 percent from last year, while Stringer's increased 6.0 percent. The Brazilian-born Frenchman and the Briton were the top two highest-paid CEOs ...

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