Top executives at Under Armour Inc.
, the Baltimore-based performance apparel maker, saw a big boost in their compensation last year as the company's revenues and profits sharply climbed, according to an Under Armour statement filed Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
, the chief executive officer, received $1.3 million in total compensation, up from $748,000 in 2009. Brad Dickerson, the chief financial officer, was paid $585,000, up from $368,000 a year earlier. And the chief operating officer, Wayne A. Marino, earned $4 million — more than half in stock and option awards — compared with $534,000 the previous year.
Under Armour topped $1 billion in revenues for the first time in 2010, while operating income increased 32 percent to $112 million.
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