Vermillion president and CEO Gail Page made $808,625 in total compensation in 2007, down 8 percent from $878,837, according to a proxy statement filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission last week.
In April 2007, Vermillion’s board voted to increase her base salary to $364,000 from $350,000, raising her base salary for the whole year to $360,958. Last year, Page also received $30,508 as car compensation, but did not receive a bonus. In 2006 her bonus was $50,000.

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