Tim Cook earned $9.2 million in 2014 as other execs see boosts to earnings

Apple CEO Tim Cook looks at a new IMac after presentation at Apple headquarters in Cupertino

Following the news that Apple board of director member Millard Drexler will retire, Apple released a proxy statement detailing earnings reports for several of the company’s executives.

The CEO of the company, Tim Cook, earned $9.2 million through the fiscal year 2014, which includes $1.7 million in overall salary, while the rest was acquired through other forms of compensation. Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s new lead of retail, took in $73 million in which the report notes $400,000 of salary, a $500,000 bonus and the rest through the forms of compensation and stocks.

Eddy Cue and and Senior Vice President of Operations, Jeff Williams both earned a total of $24 million, which includes monies earned from stocks. The company’s former Chief Financial Officer, Peter Oppenheimer earned a total of $4.5 million, which include stocks according to the report, while the new CFO, Lucas Maestri, brought in a total of $14 million.

[via Apple]

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