Fri, 06 Jul 2012 10:29:43 GMT | By Daniel Fisher, Forbes.com
The most outrageous executive perks

Being a high-powered executive comes with a large salary and incredible benefits that are added on.



A look at the chauffeurs, luxury homes and globetrotting jet travel that some public companies shower on their top executives. (© Tom Merton/Getty Images)
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  • Barry Diller of Expedia and IAC/InterActive Corp. spent $1.3 million on personal travel. (© Lester Lefkowitz/Getty Images)
  • Fidelity National Financial spent $462,370 (CAD) at Rock Creek Cattle Co. in Montana. (© Getty Images)
  • SandRidge Energy executive Tom Ward reported getting $800,000 worth of 'accounting support'. (© Getty Images)
  • Las Vegas Sands executive Sheldon Adelson spens a reported 2.65 (CAD) million on personal security on his family. (© Alex Wilson/Getty Images)
  • Live Nation Chairman Irving Azoff spent $123,767 (CAD) on health premiums. (© Cultura Science/Getty Images)
  • MGM Resorts International gives its executive directors up to 14,000 in perks. (© Jacob Kepler/Getty Images)
  • Chairman Michael Fries of Liberty Global donated $228,316 (CAD) to various groups. (© Getty Images)
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Annual proxy reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission provide a detailed look at the chauffeurs, luxury homes and globetrotting jet travel that some public companies shower on their top executives. With the assistance of Morningstar's Footnoted.com, we detail some the most outrageous perks from this year's proxy season.

All money converted to CAD currency.

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