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This excerpt taken from the RVBD DEF 14A filed Apr 24, 2009.

Compensation Committee

The current members of the Compensation Committee are Messrs. Floyd, Schaepe and Swartz. Mr. Swartz chairs the Compensation Committee.

The Compensation Committee reviews and approves our overall compensation strategy and policies. Specifically, the Compensation Committee reviews and approves corporate performance goals and objectives relevant to the compensation of our executive officers and other senior management, reviews and approves the compensation and other terms of employment of our Chief Executive Officer and other executive officers, approves the individual bonus programs in effect for the Chief Executive Officer, other executive officers and key employees for each fiscal year, recommends to the Board of Directors the compensation of our directors, recommends to the Board of Directors the adoption or amendment of equity and cash incentive plans, approves amendments to such plans, grants stock options and other stock-related awards, and administers our stock option plans, stock purchase plan and similar programs. The Compensation Committee may, to the extent permitted under applicable law and the rules of Nasdaq and the SEC, delegate its authority to subcommittees when appropriate. A more detailed description of the Compensation Committee’s functions can be found in the Compensation Committee charter.

Our Chief Executive Officer does not participate in the determination of his own compensation or the compensation of directors. However, he makes recommendations to the Compensation Committee regarding the amount and form of the compensation of the other executive officers and key employees, and he often participates in the Compensation Committee’s deliberations about their compensation. No other executive officers participate in the determination of the amount or form of the compensation of executive officers or directors.

For certain 2008 compensation matters the Compensation Committee retained The Omura Consulting Group as its independent compensation consultant. The consultant provided the committee with data about the compensation paid by a peer group of companies and other companies that may compete with us for executives, and developed recommendations for structuring our compensation programs.

 

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This excerpt taken from the RVBD DEF 14A filed Apr 25, 2008.

Compensation Committee

The current members of the Compensation Committee are Messrs. Floyd, Schaepe and Swartz. Mr. Swartz chairs the Compensation Committee.

The Compensation Committee reviews and approves our overall compensation strategy and policies. Specifically, the Compensation Committee reviews and approves corporate performance goals and objectives relevant to the compensation of our executive officers and other senior management, reviews and approves the compensation and other terms of employment of our Chief Executive Officer and other executive officers, approves the individual bonus programs in effect for the Chief Executive Officer, other executive officers and key employees for each fiscal year, recommends to the Board of Directors the compensation of our directors, recommends to the Board of Directors the adoption or amendment of equity and cash incentive plans, approves amendments to such plans, grants stock options and other stock-related awards, and administers our stock option plans, stock purchase plan and similar programs. The Compensation Committee may, to the extent permitted under applicable law and the rules of Nasdaq and the SEC, delegate its authority to subcommittees when appropriate. A more detailed description of the Compensation Committee’s functions can be found in the Compensation Committee charter.

Our Chief Executive Officer does not participate in the determination of his own compensation or the compensation of directors. However, he makes recommendations to the Compensation Committee regarding the amount and form of the compensation of the other executive officers and key employees, and he often participates in the Compensation Committee’s deliberations about their compensation. No other executive officers participate in the determination of the amount or form of the compensation of executive officers or directors.

The Compensation Committee has retained The Omura Consulting Group as its independent compensation consultant. The consultant provides the committee with data about the compensation paid by a peer group of companies and other companies that may compete with us for executives, and develops recommendations for structuring our compensation programs.

 

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This excerpt taken from the RVBD DEF 14A filed Oct 3, 2007.

Compensation Committee

The current members of the Compensation Committee are Messrs. Floyd, Modersitzki, Schaepe and Swartz. Mr. Swartz chairs the Compensation Committee. Mr. Modersitzki, who is not seeking reelection to the Board of Directors, will not be serving on our Compensation Committee after the Annual Meeting.

The Compensation Committee reviews and approves our overall compensation strategy and policies. Specifically, the Compensation Committee reviews and approves corporate performance goals and objectives relevant to the compensation of our executive officers and other senior management, reviews and approves the compensation and other terms of employment of our Chief Executive Officer and other executive officers, approves the individual bonus programs in effect for the Chief Executive Officer, other executive officers and key employees for each fiscal year, recommends to the Board of Directors the compensation of our directors, recommends to the Board of Directors the adoption or amendment of equity and cash incentive plans, approves amendments to such plans, grants stock options and other stock-related awards, and administers our stock option plans, stock purchase plan and similar programs. The Compensation Committee may, to the extent permitted under applicable law and the rules of Nasdaq and the SEC, delegate its authority to subcommittees when appropriate. A more detailed description of the Compensation Committee’s functions can be found in the Compensation Committee charter.

The Compensation Committee met seventeen times during the fiscal year ended December 31, 2006. The Compensation Committee also acted by written consent four times during the fiscal year ended December 31, 2006. Our Chief Executive Officer does not participate in the determination of his own compensation or the compensation of directors. However, he makes recommendations to the Compensation Committee regarding the amount and form of the compensation of the other executive officers and key employees, and he often participates in the Compensation Committee’s deliberations about their compensation. No other executive officers participate in the determination of the amount or form of the compensation of executive officers or directors.

 

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The Compensation Committee has retained The Omura Consulting Group as its independent compensation consultant. The consultant provides the committee with data about the compensation paid by a peer group of companies and other companies that may compete with us for executives, and develops recommendations for structuring our compensation programs.

This excerpt taken from the RVBD 10-K filed Feb 9, 2007.

Compensation Committee

The current members of our compensation committee are Messrs. Modersitzki, Schaepe and Swartz. Mr. Swartz chairs the compensation committee. The compensation committee reviews and approves our overall compensation strategy and policies. Specifically, the compensation committee reviews and approves corporate performance goals and objectives relevant to the compensation of our executive officers and other senior management, reviews and approves the compensation and other terms of employment of our Chief Executive Officer and other executive officers, approves the individual bonus programs in effect for the Chief Executive Officer, other executive officers and key employees for each fiscal year, recommends to the board of directors the compensation of our directors, recommends to the board of directors the adoption or amendment of equity and cash incentive plans, approves amendments to such plans, grants stock options and other stock-related awards; and administers our stock option plans, stock purchase plan and similar programs. The compensation committee may, to the extent permitted under applicable law and the rules of Nasdaq and the SEC, delegate its authority to subcommittees when appropriate. A more detailed description of the compensation committee’s functions can be found in our compensation committee charter.

The compensation committee met seventeen times during the fiscal year ended December 31, 2006. The compensation committee also acted by written consent four times during the fiscal year

 

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ended December 31, 2006. Our Chief Executive Officer does not participate in the determination of his own compensation or the compensation of directors. However, he makes recommendations to the compensation committee regarding the amount and form of the compensation of the other executive officers and key employees, and he often participates in the compensation committee’s deliberations about their compensation. No other executive officers participate in the determination of the amount or form of the compensation of executive officers or directors.

The compensation committee has retained The Omura Consulting Group as its independent compensation consultant. The consultant provides the committee with data about the compensation paid by a peer group of companies and other companies that may compete with us for executives, and develops recommendations for structuring our compensation programs.

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