CEO, president and chairman, AT&T
The value of Randall Stephenson’s perks fell 35% in 2013, yet he still managed to rack up pay extras worth $522,203. Here’s a sampling of his personal benefits: financial counseling, including tax preparation and estate planning ($24,000); auto benefits ($27,194); supplemental health insurance premiums ($15,528); club memberships ($2,776); communications ($20,960); and home security ($27,025). AT&T also paid premiums on supplemental life insurance ($221,521) for Stephenson, as well as made matching 401(k) contributions ($175,902). One perk that’s not on Stephenson’s list anymore: jet access. In 2013, Stephenson began reimbursing AT&T for his personal use of company aircraft. A year earlier, his perks included $276,391 for aircraft usage.