Apple CEO Tim Cook's compensation was nearly $100 million in 2021

Apple's current CEO Tim Cook has a $3 million salary, but made $95.7 million in other compensation including stock awards.

Published Jan 7, 2022 12:45 PM CST   |   Updated Wed, Feb 2 2022 2:06 AM CST
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Apple CEO Tim Cook earned $98 million in total compensation in 2021, a massive 568% increase over 2020.

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New SEC filings outline executive pay for Apple's current C-suite leadership, and CEO Tim Cook saw a meteoric rise in total compensation. According to the filing, Tim Cook received a total of $98 million in compensation through 2021 that consists of $3 million in base salary pay, $82 million in stock awards, $12 million in incentive pay, and nearly $1.4 million from "other compensation."

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Cook's record incentive payout was due to Apple's stellar performance throughout 2021:

"For 2021 we reported net sales of $365.8 billion and operating income of $108.9 billion, representing a year-over-year increase of 33% and 64%, respectively. These results significantly exceeded the maximum goals for each of the financial performance measures."

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Tim Cook is now worth over $1 billion following this massive payout and the vesting of 5 million shares worth a total of $754 million.

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