Amid flat profits and a stagnant local economy, Hawaii's largest banking company slashed the bonuses awarded last year to its top executives.

According to proxy documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Lawrence M. Johnson, the chairman and chief executive officer of Pacific Century Financial Corp., received an $80,151 bonus in 1997, down 84% from the $491,973 award he got in 1996.

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