STAPLES CEO RECEIVES $ 2.4M IN BONUSES

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STAPLES CEO RECEIVES $ 2.4M IN BONUSES

 user 2006-03-15 at 11:48:00 am Views: 57
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    Staples CEO receives bonus for banner ’05
    Staples
    Inc. CEO and chairman Ron Sargent earned $2.4 million in base salary
    and cash bonuses in fiscal 2005, having led office supply giant to a
    banner year.

    Based
    on the company’s bonus criteria — earnings per share (40 percent),
    return on net assets (40 percent) and customer satisfaction (20
    percent) — Sargent still fell short of his 2004 cash bonus of $1.7
    million. The payment criteria is determined each year by Staples’
    compensation committee.
    Staples earnings per share in fiscal 2005,
    which ended Jan. 28, were $1.14, a 20 percent improvement over the 95
    cents per share booked in fiscal 2004. The company had 829 million
    common shares outstanding in fiscal 2005, compared to 813 million in
    2004.
    Likewise, Staples generated a 19 percent return on net assets
    for the year, a slight improvement over the 17 percent return generated
    in 2004, according to SEC filings.
    In its annual report, Staples 
    did not provide data regarding customer satisfaction surveys for the
    year. The company’s sales during the 12-month span were $16.1 billion,
    an 11 percent gain over the $14.5 billion booked the prior year.
    Sargent’s
    cash bonus is capped each year at 250 percent of his annual salary,
    meaning it could reach as high as $2.75 million for fiscal 2006.