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With great power comes great perks

Here's a look at what companies spent in 2012 on CEOs' country club and business club memberships, private jet travel and home security.

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Here's a look at what companies spent in 2012 on CEOs' country club and business club memberships, private jet travel and home security.

Memberships in country clubs and business clubs:

-L. Kevin Kelly, Heidrick & Struggles, $126,390

-Thomas Swidarski, Diebold, $72,280

-Douglas Neugold, ATMI Inc., $48,224

-David Storch, AAR Corp., $45,329

-George Chapman, Health Care REIT, $37,128

-Zsolt Rumy, Zoltek Companies, $36,192

-Edward Crawford, Park-Ohio Holdings Corp., $35,830

-David Sindelar, Viasystems Group, $35,031

- Ralph Shrader, Booz Allen, $31,401

-Jon Feltheimer, Lions Gate Entertainment, $28,543

Personal use of company aircraft:

-Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, $1,213,591

-Steve Wynn, Wynn Resorts, $1,188,901

-Tracy Krohn, W&T Offshore, $905,833

-Michael Saylor, MicroStrategy, $739,296

-Daniel Meyers, First Marblehead, $507,294

-Kent Thiry, DaVita HealthCare, $497,379

-Mark Frissora, Hertz, $493,609

-Brian Moynihan, Bank of America, $477,060

-Melvin Gordon, Tootsie Roll Industries, $461,651

-Brian Duperreault, Marsh & McLennan, $441,875

Home security:

-Sheldon Adelson, Las Vegas Sands, $2,796,528

-Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com, $1,600,000

-Larry Ellison, Oracle, $1,535,926

-Robert Stevens, Lockheed Martin, $1,319,628

-Wesley Bush, Northrop Grumman, $1,167,970

-Marc Benioff, Salesforce.com, $654,829

-Leslie Moonves, CBS, $583,808

-Bob Iger, Disney, $574,331

-Martin Koffel, URS Corp., $567,710

-Wendell Weeks, Corning Inc., $391,865

Source: GMI Ratings

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