This excerpt taken from the EYE DEF 14A filed Apr 20, 2006.
Repatriation and Relocation Loan. We agreed to repatriate Mr. Mazzo and his household from the United Kingdom, and this was completed in 2004. As part of Mr. Mazzos repatriation, we paid the travel and moving costs associated with moving his household to California, as well as temporary living expenses incurred while he establishes a permanent residence in California. To further assist in his repatriation, we agreed to pay Mr. Mazzo a tax-free allowance equal to one months salary and to provide him a five-year, interest-free relocation loan of up to $500,000. Such loan is evidenced by a promissory note dated July 3, 2002, which is secured by real property purchased by Mr. Mazzo. The principal amount of $500,000 is payable upon the earlier to occur of (a) 60 days following Mr. Mazzos termination of employment; (b) the date of the sale or other transfer of the property; or (c) July 3, 2007. We made this loan to Mr. Mazzo before adoption of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. As of December 31, 2005, the full amount of this loan was outstanding.