Record-setting sales and profits last year translated into bigger bonuses for most of Ford Motor Co.'s top executives, according to the automaker's proxy statement released last week. Vice Chairman W. Wayne Booker is alone among Ford's five highest-paid executives in getting a smaller bonus in 2000. Ford didn't indicate why Mr. Booker's bonus was cut. President and Chief Executive Jacques Nasser collected the largest bonus, while Richard Parry-Jones, vice president-global product ...
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