$14,954,551* | Patricia A. Woertz, chairman, president and chief executive , ADM

<B>Salary:</B> $1,300,000
<B>Bonus:</B> $2,040,384
<B>Stock awards:</B> $5,122,705
<B>Options awards:</B> $6,664,639
<B>Change in pension and deferred compensation:</B> $265,529
<B>Other pay:</B> $72,807
<B>Perks included in other pay:</B> Personal use of aircraft ($26,242), matching 401(k) contributions ($12,250), payment of taxes for financial planning ($8,852) and other personal benefits including financial planning, home telephone, Internet service and security systems ($25,462).<br>
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<B>How the company did in 2009:</B> ADM profit fell 5.3 percent to 1.7 billion for the 12 months ending in June 2009. Revenues were essentially flat at $69.2 billion. ADM stock decreased in value by 19.6 percent to $26.77 for the 12 months ending in June 2009.<br>
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<I>* Different from $14,954,561 on proxy statement. Adjusted for new accounting rules.</I><br>
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<I>Photo: Patricia Woertz listens during a panel discussion at the Brookings Institution in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100101200000000" title="Washington, DC" href="/topic/us/washington-dc-PLGEO100101200000000.topic">Washington, D.C.</a> in May 2009. </I>

( Archer Daniels Midland CEO Patricia Woertz meets with colleagues from ADM's Asia-Pacific locations, Nov. 28, 2006. (AP Photo for the Chicago Tribune/Darren Soh) / March 27, 2013 )

Salary: $1,300,000 Bonus: $2,040,384 Stock awards: $5,122,705 Options awards: $6,664,639 Change in pension and deferred compensation: $265,529 Other pay: $72,807 Perks included in other pay: Personal use of aircraft ($26,242), matching 401(k) contributions ($12,250), payment of taxes for financial planning ($8,852) and other personal benefits including financial planning, home telephone, Internet service and security systems ($25,462).

How the company did in 2009: ADM profit fell 5.3 percent to 1.7 billion for the 12 months ending in June 2009. Revenues were essentially flat at $69.2 billion. ADM stock decreased in value by 19.6 percent to $26.77 for the 12 months ending in June 2009.

* Different from $14,954,561 on proxy statement. Adjusted for new accounting rules.

Photo: Patricia Woertz listens during a panel discussion at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. in May 2009.

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