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A number of major U.S. companies are cutting back on glamorous luxuries like personal jet use, country-club memberships, and luxury rentals, recent corporate filings have shown.For AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, meanwhile, the value of his "other compensation" – costs outside of traditional areas like salaries, bonuses and equity awards – dropped 35 percent in 2013 to $522,203, according to its proxy filed last month.CEO Mark Zuckerberg's cost for personal use of company aircraft was $650,164 last year, down by almost half from $1.2 million in 2012 .Morgan Stanley Inc. paid $368,675 for then-CEO John Mack's personal use of company aircraft in 2008 .Towers Watson's survey last year found the median value of financial and tax planning assistance for CEOs rose to $15,000 in 2012 from $11,180 in 2007 .Not everyone is billing less personal travel to their companies, however. At Verizon Communications Inc. CEO Lowell McAdam got a 46 percent boost in "other compensation" to $780,874 in 2013 . Of that, $120,304 was for personal use of company aircraft, up from $89,467 in 2012 .
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