Here at footnoted, we're always fascinated by the odd things that departing executives ask for on their way out the door. One can only imagine the high-powered negotiations that take place over things like the Mercedes, the corporate jet, and even the executive's office furniture -- all things we've found in severance agreements over the past few years. Keep in mind that lawyers for both sides are involved in these sorts of negotiations, which no doubt makes the cost of negotiating some of these goodies -- Blackberries and laptops pop up virtually ever day -- more valuable than the item being requested.
The latest weird perk to join this growing list is a parking spot at Jacksonville International Airport for departing Continental Airlines CFO Jeffrey Misner, who is retiring at the end of August. But this isn't just any parking spot
Read commentary on Huffington Post Green about the nickel-and-diming that might just add up to such severance perks: