In his final full year as CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt took home a pay package worth $313,219, up 28% from $245,322 in 2009. His 2010 compensation included his customary $1 salary; $311,433 in perks and other compensation ($268,012 for personal security and $43,421 related to aircraft costs for family and friends); and a $1,785 cash bonus. The company, meanwhile, grew revenue and income by 24% and 30%, respectively, in its fiscal year ended Dec. 31. Google reported $29.3 billion in revenue, up from $23.7 billion in 2009. Net income came in at $8.5 billion, up from $6.5 billion a year earlier. Now that he's executive chairman of Google's board of directors, Schmidt is getting a much bigger paycheck. Effective April 4, his salary climbed to $1.25 million and he became eligible for a $6 million bonus. He also was awarded a $100 million stock package.