|Campaign to |
|CEO Name||Daniel Fulton|
|CEO Retirement Assets||$9,059,697|
|Underfunded Company Pension||-$1,127,000,000|
|Annual Company Revenue||$6,216,000,000|
|Territorial Tax Break||$7,700,000|
|Federal Lobbying/Political Donations ('09-'12*)||$10,665,000|
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2011 data unless otherwise noted.
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Weyerhaeuser Company is an international forest products company with annual sales of $21.9 billion. According to CNN Money the company's 2011 revenues were $6.55 billion. The company was founded in 1900 and currently employs about 41,000 people in 18 countries. It's been ranked in the Fortune 200 since 1956.
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Ties to Pete Peterson's "Fix the Debt"
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Board of Directors
As of February 2013:
- Debra A. Cafaro
- Mark A. Emmert
- Daniel S. Fulton
- John I. Kieckhefer
- Wayne W. Murdy
- Nicole W. Piasecki
- Doyle R. Simons
- Richard H. Sinkfield
- D. Michael Steuert
- Kim Williams
- Charles R. Williamson
Former board members include:
- James N. Sullivan, retired Vice Chairman of the Board of Chevron
- Steven R. Rogel
- Debra A. Cafaro
- Donald F. Mazankowski, former Member of Parliament, Government of Canada
- Nicole W. Piasecki, President of Boeing Japan
- Martha R. Ingram
- Arnold G. Langbo
As of February 2013:
- Patricia M. Bedient — Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
- Lawrence B. Burrows — Senior Vice President, Residential Wood Products
- Srinivasan Chandrasekaran — Senior Vice President, Cellulose Fibers
- Miles P. Drake — Senior Vice President, Research and Development, Chief Technology Officer
- Daniel S. Fulton — President and CEO, Weyerhaeuser Company
- Thomas F. Gideon — Executive Vice President, Timberlands
- John A. Hooper — Senior Vice President, Human Resources
- Sandy D. McDade — Senior Vice President and General Counsel
- Peter M. Orser — President, Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company
Key executives and pay for 2006:
- Steven R. Rogel, Chairman and CEO, $1,290,000
- Richard E. Hanson, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, $693,000
- Daniel S. Fulton, Chief Executive Officer of Weyerhaeuser Real Estate $593,000
- Lee T. Alford, Senior Vice President of Residential Wood Products, $430,000
- Patricia M. Bedient, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Former executives include:
- John Creighton, Jr., former President and CEO
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Resources and articles
Featured SourceWatch Articles on Fix the Debt
- Fix the Debt Portal Page
- Fix the Debt's Leadership
- Fix the Debt's Partner Groups
- Fix the Debt's State Chapters
- Fix the Debt's Lobbyists
- Fix the Debt's Parent Group
- Fix the Debt's Corporations
- Pete Peterson
- Peter G. Peterson Foundation
- America Speaks
- Simpson-Bowles Commission
- Erskine Bowles
- Alan Simpson
- Social Security
- Linda Coady
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- Weyerhaeuser, "2011 Annual Report", organizational document, page 31.
- About, Weyerhauser, accessed December 11, 2007.
- Weyerhaeuser, "Board of Directors", organizational website, accessed February 2013
- Expire in 2010, Weyerhauser, accessed December 11, 2007.
- Weyerhaeuser, "Senior Officers", organizational website, accessed February 2013
- Key executives, Yahoo Finance, accessed July 2007.
- 2006 PAC Summary Data, Open Secrets, accessed July 2007.
- Weyerhaeuser lobbying expenses, Open Secrets.
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