Tim Cook Made 8 Times Less Than Another Apple Exec In 2014
Tim Cook's total compensation more than doubled in 2014 to $9.2 million, but his pay was still less than four other Apple executives.By Cliff Judy | January 23, 2015
We now know what the face and leader of Apple made in 2014, and yes … it was probably more than you. A lot more.
In a notice of Apple's annual meeting of shareholders released Thursday, the company revealed Tim Cook's pay in 2014 was more than double the previous year at $9.2 million.
That total compensation includes $1.7 million in base salary with $6.7 million in bonuses. Interestingly, the company also pays about $700,000 for home and personal security for Cook as part of "a reasonable and necessary expense." (Video via ABC)