Irene Rosenfeld, Mondelez International

For leading the maker of Triscuits, Oreos and Cadbury chocolate, Irene Rosenfeld received pay package valued at $28.8 million. More than half of that was in stock awards, but Rosenfeld also got more than $400,000 in perks, including personal use of a corporate jet. The company said it requires its CEO to use company planes for all travel for reasons of security and personal safety.

( June 27, 2013 )

For leading the maker of Triscuits, Oreos and Cadbury chocolate, Irene Rosenfeld received pay package valued at $28.8 million. More than half of that was in stock awards, but Rosenfeld also got more than $400,000 in perks, including personal use of a corporate jet. The company said it requires its CEO to use company planes for all travel for reasons of security and personal safety.

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