David Fuller was quoted in "Personal use of corporate jets flies on IRS radar," published in the Chicago Tribune on January 25. The article discusses the personal use of corporate jets by executives, including those of Hollinger International. David provided extensive tax background to the article's discussion regarding the valuation and income inclusion of the personal use of corporate jets by executives, including the IRS' increased scrutiny of such use as part of its executive compensation audit initiative. Referencing the IRS' increased scrutiny of the personal use of corporate jets, David commented, "We are already seeing it. We just finished an audit where the corporate jet was a big issue." Commenting on the role of corporate security and aircraft valuation issues, David warned that "It's a dangerous gamble" to fail to follow the IRS special valuation rules for security-related travel.