Unconcerned about appearances…

August 23, 2004

Ever since companies began providing details on their executives’ use of the corporate jet for personal trips, many executives have reeled in their use of the perk, worried over how it might look — even in a footnote — in the proxy statement. But General Mills (GIS) CEO Stephen Sanger doesn’t appear to have received that memo. In the company’s proxy filed last week, the company disclosed that Sanger rang up $98,357 in personal use of the corporate jet in fiscal 2004. That’s more than twice the amount Sanger used in fiscal 2002.

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