Top executives at two of the Big Three were well compensated in 1999, thanks to the public's unquenchable thirst for new vehicles.Motor Co. Chief Executive Jacques Nasser was rewarded with a sharp boost in pay, earning $10.2 million in salary, bonus and dividends, up from his $6.9 million package in 1998. Ford Chairman William Clay Ford Jr. was paid $1.5 million in restricted stock options for his duties. Corp. says Chairman and Chief Executive Jack Smith was paid $12.25 million in salary, bonus and other incentives. Mr. Smith's salary was nearly triple his 1998 earnings. GM President G. Richard Wagoner took home $6.25 million in salary and incentives, up from $2.46 million in 1998. DaimlerChrysler AG does not file a proxy statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission because it is incorporated in Germany.