Steffen, Linda; Smith, Bill
September 2006
Oregon Business Magazine;Sep2006, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p31
The article discusses the 2006 ranking of the highest-paid public company chief executive officers in Oregon. The total compensation of CEOs declined by 0.4 percent in contrast to the 17.7 percent increase in 2005. Jerry Duke of PW Eagle receives approximately $1.1 million while William Perez of Nike is earning an estimated $16.5 million.


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