DEARBORN – By virtue of his $1 million salary, Nick Scheele was Ford Motor Co.’s highest-paid executive in 2002, says a proxy mailed today to the auto maker’s shareholders. Ford says Scheele – in his first full year as president and chief operating officer – also received $216,663 in "other annual compensation," plus $999,714 in restricted stock for signing a non-competition agreement. Nick Scheele (left) is only holdover from 2001’s highest-paid Ford Motor Co. executives. ...

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