Hurd, who is , resigned on Aug. 6. According to his agreement with HP, he's due to receive:
* A severance payment of $12.2 million.
* An extension of the deadline for exercising his outstanding options until Sept. 7. This allows Hurd to purchase up to 775,000 HP shares that became vested as of the date of his resignation.
* Receipt of 330,177 performance-based stock units. These shares were granted to Hurd on Jan. 17, 2008, and tied to HP's performance from that date until the date of his resignation. Based on the $46.30 closing price of HP's stock on Friday, these shares are worth about $15.3 million.