$13,373,946 | Selim A. Bassoul, chairman, president and CEO of Middleby Corp.

<B>Salary:</B> $1,000,000
<B>Bonus:</B> $0
<B>Stock awards:</B> $7,525,902
<B>Options awards:</B> $0
<B>Non-equity incentive pay:</B> $3,500,000
<B>Change in pension value and deferred compensation:</B> $1,299,722
<B>Other pay:</B> $48,322
<B>Perks included in other pay:</B> Director's fees ($30,000), company automobile ($16,151), contribution to health savings account ($1,375), life insurance premiums ($796).<br>
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<B>How the company did in 2009:</B> Middleby shares rallied more than 28 percent, ending 2009 at $49.02. Profit was down 4.2 percent to $61.2 million while revenue was down less than 1 percent to $646.6 million.<br>
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<I>Photo:  Selim Bassoul, right,  holding Next TV's Emmy in November 2009.</I>
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Salary: $1,000,000 Bonus: $0 Stock awards: $7,525,902 Options awards: $0 Non-equity incentive pay: $3,500,000 Change in pension value and deferred compensation: $1,299,722 Other pay: $48,322 Perks included in other pay: Director's fees ($30,000), company automobile ($16,151), contribution to health savings account ($1,375), life insurance premiums ($796).

How the company did in 2009: Middleby shares rallied more than 28 percent, ending 2009 at $49.02. Profit was down 4.2 percent to $61.2 million while revenue was down less than 1 percent to $646.6 million.

Photo: Selim Bassoul, right, holding Next TV's Emmy in November 2009.

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