Ten senior Microsoft executives received stock awards last week, which were reported in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday. The awards “were the result of the performance review of our executive officers for their fiscal year 2008 equity compensation,” according to a spokesman. They vest 25 percent at a time on Aug. 31, 2008, and each Aug. 31 thereafter.
Here are the execs, their awards, their total Microsoft shares, and the value of their total shares at Thursday’s closing price:
Ray Ozzie, chief software architect: 154,021 award shares; 1,361,993 total shares; $35,888,515.55;
Kevin Turner, chief operating officer: 160,439 award shares; 802,071 total shares; $21,134,570.85;
Robbie Bach, division president: 160,439 award shares; 749,588 total shares; $19,751,643.80;
Bob Muglia, senior vice president: 152,716 award shares; 471,265 total shares*; $12,417,832.75;
Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer: 154,021 award shares; 270,177 total shares; $7,119,163.95;
Brad Smith, senior vice president, general counsel: 94,306 award shares; 246,651 total shares; $6,499,253.85;
Chris Liddell, chief financial officer: 94,306 award shares; 194,133 total shares; $5,115,404.55;
Lisa Brummel, senior vice president, human resources: 56,585 award shares; 188,279 total shares*; $4,961,151.65;
Frank Brod, chief accounting officer: 32,862 award shares; 101,585 total shares; $2,676,764.75.
*Includes shares in retirement accounts, owned by spouse, or both.