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Tim Cook now required to fly private as AAPL’s 2017 performance nets him $102M payout
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Apple today published its most recent shareholder proxy statement, outlining some interesting details about its performance in 2017. As noted by Bloomberg, Tim Cook ended the year as a big winner, netting a 74 percent bonus thanks to the company’s
Apple’s board says that Tim Cook has to fly private from now on ‘in the interests of security and efficiency’Business Insider
Apple Boosts Pay of CEO Tim Cook, Other ExecutivesWall Street Journal
Apple CEO Tim Cook gets 74 per cent bonus boost after earnings reboundBrisbane Times
Deadline -The Australian -Telegraph.co.uk -KVIA El Paso
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Tim Cook now required to fly private as AAPL’s 2017 performance nets him $102M payout – 9to5Mac


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Tim Cook now required to fly private as AAPL's 2017 performance nets him $102M payout
9to5Mac
Apple today published its most recent shareholder proxy statement, outlining some interesting details about its performance in 2017. As noted by Bloomberg, Tim Cook ended the year as a big winner, netting a 74 percent bonus thanks to the company's ...
Apple's board says that Tim Cook has to fly private from now on 'in the interests of security and efficiency'Business Insider
Apple Boosts Pay of CEO Tim Cook, Other ExecutivesWall Street Journal
Apple CEO Tim Cook gets 74 per cent bonus boost after earnings reboundBrisbane Times
Deadline -The Australian -Telegraph.co.uk -KVIA El Paso
all 12 news articles »

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