U.S. Steel's Surma grabbed $11.1M in '12
U.S. Steel Corp. gave its top executives raises last year, including CEO John Surma who pulled in $11.1 million in total compensation, according to the Downtown-based company's annual proxy statement. Surma's compensation was 9 percent higher than the previous year.
Chief Financial Officer Gretchen Haggerty received $3.6 million last year, up from $3.4 million the year before. General Counsel James Garraux earned $3.3 million, up from $3.1 million. Senior Vice Presient David Lohr was paid $3.2 million, up from $3.1 million. Chief Operating Officer Mario Longhi received $3.3 million last year.
U.S. Steel will hold its annual shareholder meeting at 10 a.m. April 30 on the 33rd floor of the U.S. Steel Tower, Downtown.
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