If only private jets gave out frequent flier miles

By Laurie Bennett

November 8, 2011 at 5:56pm

The Wall Street Journal points out a gem from Carlyle Group’s revised S-1 statement, filed Monday.

Managing director David M. Rubenstein, one of our Top One Percenters, racked up $4.75 million in travel expenses in fiscal 2011.

That comes to about $13,000 per day, plus change.

The company noted that Rubenstein has “an exceptionally rigorous travel schedule,” visiting 24 countries and 33 non-U.S. cities last year.

Rubenstein has his own jet.

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