P&G executives said Mr. Lafley also earned $9.86 million, or 68% of the total three-year awardunder a business growth program.
In a new three-year program that began July 1, Mr. Lafley could receive up to $11.22 million thatwould be paid in restricted stock units. He also received stock options. P&G executives said morethan 90% of Mr. Lafley's total compensation is at-risk, based on the company's performance.
P&G's profit rose 25% in its fiscal year ended June 30. Unit volume grew 17% and net sales grew19% to $51.41 billion.