16 industry executives hit $1M mark in 2001

McIntosh, Jay; Thomas, Larry
July 2002
Furniture/Today;7/22/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 45, p8
Trade Publication
Provides an overview on the 2001 salaries and compensation packages for executives in the United States furniture and bedding industries. Total stock options of Ron Jones, Sealy's chairman and chief executive officer; Mickey Holliman, chairman of the Furniture Brands International; Higher bonuses for executives of the Bassett. INSET: About the numbers.


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