Wells Fargo & Co. increased the annual salary of its president and chief executive and three other executives in the form of stock.

The board of directors approved the salary increases for John Stumpf, who has been CEO for a little over two years, and the other executives Thursday. The San Francisco company said the stock cannot be sold until it repays the $25 billion it received under the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

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