(Updates third paragraph, adds details in new 8th paragraph) By Justin Hyde DETROIT, April 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Bill Ford Jr. received $21.6 million in stock options in 2002 in lieu of a salary and other pay, the automaker said on Monday. In its annual proxy, Ford also disclosed that it gave no bonuses or merit increases to its five most highly paid executives in 2002, a year that saw the company lose $980 million and its stock price fall 42 ...
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