Last year was a good one for the exhibition industry, and the CEO of the No. 1 theater chain. Regal gave Amy Miles the highest compensation package she has seen since 2009, according to the company proxy just filed at the SEC. It included $800,000 in salary, $1.79M in stock awards, $1.2M in non-equity compensation, and $668,409 in other compensation. Miles’ compensation was 2.8 times higher than the median for the three other executives listed in the proxy, in the safe zone for corporate watchdogs wary of excessive CEO power. Regal shares appreciated 16.8% last year. The company plans to hold its annual meeting on May 8 in Knoxville, TN.
Regal CEO Amy Miles Receives $4.45M In 2012 Compensation, +31%
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