The fast-casual restaurant chain’s Securities and Exchange Commission filing this morning shows stockholders grew slightly more happy with last year’s executive compensation vs. the prior year. The breakdown of the advisory vote at yesterday’s annual meeting vs. last year’s meeting:
Chairman and CEO Kent Taylor got paid $8.6 million last year, according to Boulevard’s executive compensation survey. That was way up from 2014, when he got $1.1 million, because of a huge $7.4 million stock grant.
Here’s the year-ago SEC filing on the vote.
The tweet sent before yesterday’s annual meeting; more company tweets: