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Edgar Filing: RYERSON TULL INC /DE/ - Form DEF 14A

EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION

The following table presents the 2000, 2001 and 2002 compensation for Mr. Novich and the Company s other four most highly compensated executive officers. The compensation listed in the table includes compensation paid by us, pre-merger Ryerson Tull and other subsidiaries.

Summary Compensation Table

Annual Compensation

2002 2001 2000

$ 359,011 329,093 325,695

2002 2001 2000

$ 249,321 248,169 219,741

2002 2001 2000

$ 238,347 231,095 214,769

2002

$ 408,877

2001

408,877

2000

406,576

Name and Principal Position

Neil S. Novich Chairman, Director, President and Chief Executive Officer

Jay M. Gratz Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; President

Ryerson Tull Coil Processing

Gary J. Niederpruem Executive Vice President

Thomas S. Cygan President Ryerson Tull North

James M. Delaney President Customer Solutions Team, Chief Customer Officer and

Chief Procurement Officer

2002

$ 548,497

2001

548,497

2000

544,661

Year

Salary

$ 69,727

0

0

$ 3,446,936(3)

0

0

$ 41,836 0 0

0 0 0

$ 39,000 0 14,950

$

0 51,365(4) 192,042(5)

$ 16,149 0 0

$

0 0 0

Bonus

Other Annual Compen- sation

0 0 0

$ 95,000 0 0

$

0 260,000 115,000

$

0 0 0

$

32,913 32,914 39,092

0 100,000 44,000

$

0 0 0

$

16,354 16,363 16,262

0 100,000 44,000

$

0 0 0

$

14,352 13,156 13,020

0 34,000 13,500

$

0 0 0

$

9,984 9,935 8,305

0 30,000 17,500

$

0 0 0

$

16,693 16,184 15,530

Long-Term Compensation

LTIP

Compen-

Options(1)

Payouts

sation(2)

All Other

Awards

Securities Underlying Stock

Payouts

(1)

Awards consist of options to purchase our common stock.

  • (2)

    Amounts represent the value of vested and unvested employer contributions and allocations to defined contribution plans of the Company and its subsidiaries.

  • (3)

    Amounts paid pursuant to Mr. Gratz s change in control agreement with Inland Steel Industries, Inc. (the Company s predecessor), consist of stock option-related ($579,312) and non-qualified retirement benefit payments ($2,860,582). No other perquisites and personal benefits exceed 25% of total perquisites and other personal benefits reported.

(4)

Represents reimbursement of relocation expenses and related tax gross-up in the amount of $26,588 and other perquisites and personal benefits, none of which exceeds 25% of total perquisites and other personal benefits reported.

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