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Board gives Quiksilver execs raises

By Tiffany Montgomery
December 28, 2007 8:00 AM

I saw this SEC filing this morning. Executive officers at Quiksilver got a bump in pay this week:

"On December 26, 2007, the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of Quiksilver, Inc. (the "Company") approved new annual base salaries (effective as

of November 1, 2007) for the Company's executive officers. The following table sets forth the annual base salary levels of the Company's executive officers for fiscal 2008 and fiscal 2007:"

Name and Position                       Fiscal Year                Base Salary

Robert B. McKnight, Jr.,                2008                         $1,075,000

   CEO                                          2007                         $   950,000


Bernard Mariette,                          2008                         $   900,000

   President                                   2007                         $   800,000

Charles S. Exon,                         2008                          $   450,000

   EVP General Counsel               2007                          $   425,000

Joseph Scirocco,                         2008                          $   600,000

   EVP/CFO                                 2007                          $   550,000

David Morgan,                            2008                          $    525,000

   EVP, Global Fin & Ops             2007                          $    475,000

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