PPG Industries Gave CEO LeBoeuf $1.2 Million Bonus

Date: 11 March 2003
Source: Yahoo
PPG Industries Inc. said Friday that it gave Chairman and Chief Executive Officer R.W. LeBoeuf a $1.2 million bonus in 2002, compared with a $800,000 bonus in 2001, according to a preliminary proxy filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

LeBoeuf's salary in 2002 was $880,000, the same as the previous year.LeBoeuf also received 280,406 options in 2002, compared with 160,000 options in 2001, the filing said.PPG Industries, Pittsburgh, makes chemicals, coatings, resins, glass and fiberglass products.

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Date: 11 March 2003
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