The President and CEO of the parent company of a Topeka based business brought home nearly 15-million-dollars in compensation in 2007.
Payless Shoesource's parent company collective brands CEO Matthew Rubel received about 4-point-one million dollars in 2006.
A proxy statement says the difference in Rubel's pay came in the form of restricted stock and options valued at 12-point-five million on the day it was granted to him.
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