Marijn Dekkers, Guy Broadbent, Marc Casper, Seth Hoogasian, Peter Wilver, Susan Nemetz, and Rick Burdsall | GenomeWeb

Thermo Electron CEO Marijn Dekkers received a $1.1 million cash bonus last year and will receive a salary of $1 million a year, starting April 1, and an additional 438,000 stock options, according to an SEC filing last week.

Guy Broadbent, president of Thermo’s bioscience division, received a $191,580 bonus last year; Marc Casper, senior vice president, was awarded a $359,550 bonus; Seth Hoogasian, the company’s general counsel, $223,245; and Peter Wilver, CFO, collected $196,890.

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