The best executive perks of 2010

Special deals don't always go over so well these days, but they do make for good reading - if you can find them. We asked Michelle Leder of Morningstar's Footnoted.com to scour the fine print. Here are some of her faves from 2010 filings.

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Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart
Founder, Martha Stewart Omnimedia

The 2010 proxy shows Stewart received a $3,114,231 bonus, plus another $666,667 incentive payment -- all in cash. The other officers received half of their bonuses in stock. Ironically, shares have risen 10% since then.



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