Abrams isn't the first CEO to be fired
After Denis Abrams, CEO of Benjamin Moore -- a Oakley sunglasses cheapest for men 2012 hot sale 1547 company owned by Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway -- used company money to take his corporate staff on a getaway to Bermuda to celebrate the company’s first quarterly sales increase in years, Buffett fired Abrams, the New York Post reports. The island getaway allegedly included a dinner cruise aboard a yacht that some vacation attendees believed was owned by singer Jimmy Buffett. Abrams isn't the first CEO to be fired for an outlandish use of company money. Former Kmart CEO Charles Conway was fired from the retailer after he renegotiated his salary several times, at one point scoring a $5 million "retention loan," as the Oakley sunglasses fashion best online 1548 company was headed towards bankruptcy, ABC News reports. Then there's ex-Lotus CEO Dany Bahar. After he allegedly used company money to refurbish his homes, Bahar was told to take a hike, according to the Washington Post. For some of Benjamin Moore's lower-level employees, the level of top-tier extravagance likely annoyed. That's because some in the company reportedly contended with layoffs and pay freezes as the company faced slow sales in recent years, according to Oakley sunglasses hot sale outlet 1549 the NYP.