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Joseph Keegan, Steven Davenport, Timothy Harkness, Jan Hughes, Gillian Humphries, Robert Murray, Thomas O Lenic, and more

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Molecular Devices recently announced cash bonuses for executive officers, as well as annual salaries for 2005.

According to SEC filings last week:

  • CEO Joseph Keegan will receive $600,000 in bonuses and $445,000 in salary.
  • Steven Davenport, VP of European operations was awarded £62,000 ($108,000) in bonuses and £101,000 in salary.
  • Timothy Harkness, chief financial officer, was awarded $270,000 in bonuses and $334,000 in salary.
  • Jan Hughes, VP of marketing, will receive $138,000 in bonuses and $210,000 in salary.
  • Gillian Humphries, VP of strategic affairs, was awarded $30,000 in bonuses and $100,000 in salary.
  • Robert Murray, VP of operations, will receive $151,000 in bonuses and $227,000 in salary.'
  • Thomas O'Lenic, VP North America, will receive $157,000 in bonuses and $223,000 in salary.
  • Patricia Sharp, VP of human resources, was awarded $140,000 in bonuses and $225,000 in salary.
  • Richard Sportsman, VP R&D, will receive $102,000 in bonuses and $193,000 in salary.
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