Many tech vendors have shied away from extravagant perks since the financial meltdown, government bailouts and ensuing scrutiny of executive compensation. But there are still plenty of bountiful perks worth highlighting. Like a $1.5 million tab for home security. Or how about the $36,619 one company paid to reimburse its CEO for the taxes he had to pay on the $106,589 he gained by using company aircraft for personal flights? Plus, CEOs often get multimillion-dollar "golden parachutes" when they leave a company. Read on to find out which tech CEOs enjoyed the priciest perks in 2010 and which ones went to work perk-free.
See the last slide for details on how we calculate the value of executive perks.