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Cincinnati, Kroger Co. chairman and CEO David B. Dillon received compensation in 2006 valued at some $7.47 million, an analysis of a regulatory filing showed.
The filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday showed Dillon’s salary at $1.56 million, with incentive compensation of $2.12 million, and stock awards valued at $4.05 million. Dillon also received other compensation of $142,437, including life insurance premiums and tax offsets.
The filing said Kroger’s compensation committee uses comparisons with 10 other retail companies that sell food and drugs, including Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Target Inc.