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O'Reilly Automotive's top seven officers last year made a combined $17 million in total compensation.
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O'Reilly Automotive's top seven officers last year made a combined $17 million in total compensation.

O'Reilly Auto's top execs make $17M in combined compensation

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The top seven executives at O'Reilly Automotive Inc. (Nasdaq: ORLY) had combined total compensation of $17 million during 2023, according to the company's latest proxy filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Three of the top officers had total compensation increases in 2023, while three saw decreases, according to the March 29 SEC filing. One of the executives joined the company in 2023, so prior-year totals were unavailable.

O'Reilly Automotive's top executives, by 2023 total compensation reported in the proxy filing, are below.
• Greg Johnson, CEO, $5.6 million, up 2.3%.
• Brad Beckham, co-president, $2.9 million, down 8%.
• Brent Kirby, co-president, $2.9 million, down 7.4%.
• Jeremy Fletcher, executive vice president and chief financial officer, $1.8 million, down 25.1%.
• Scott Ross, executive vice president and chief information officer, $1.5 million.
• Greg Henslee, executive chair of the board, $1.3 million, up 3%.
• David O'Reilly, executive vice chair of the board, $1.1 million, up 3.1%.

Beckham was promoted to CEO early this year upon the retirement of Johnson, according to past reporting. At that time, Kirby became sole president.

During 2023, O'Reilly Automotive's sales exceeded $15 billion for the first time, according to past reporting.

ORLY shares were trading at $1,131.28 as of 9:57 a.m., compared with a 52-week range of $851.22 to $1,169.11 per share.

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