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LIVING HIGH ON THE HOG

Harley-Davidson chief executive Matt Levatich must be doing something right, because he was rewarded with a fat 43% pay rise last year.

Levatich pocketed a combination of salary, bonus, stock awards and options, non-equity incentive plan compensation, changes in pension value and non-qualified deferred compensation earnings — adding up to a grand total of £7.54m — in 2016. His wages had grown by a more modest 20% in 2015.

At the company’s annual meeting, shareholders were also told that chief financial officer John Olin was paid £3.87m and chief operating officer Lawrence Hund got £2.34m.

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