American International Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche was rebuffed by the insurer’s board after saying he should be allowed personal use of the bailed-out company’s aircraft, according to two people familiar with the matter.
This guy is straight from central casting no? It is almost like Osama Bin Laden said,
"We need to provoke the American public into starting a violent revolution. We need an ass-h*le and not just any ass-h*le mind you, but an ass-h*le of such gigantic proportions that he will stand out from the rest. Once we find him we must put him atop the one corporation whose very existence is a personal affront to every American. I met this fat one while I was wintering in the Adriatic a few years ago, Benmouse or Benmush..something like that. Find him and proceed."
Now, running a close second to Beanmush (thank you Banzai Bill, that will be his name from now on on this blog) is Morgan Stanley's John Mack. Check this out;
Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack agreed to start reimbursing the company for his personal use of corporate aircraft, the bank said in March. The executive’s personal flights cost the company $368,675 last year, according to a filing.
His company was going out of business and he was spending $368k using the corporate jet for personal use.