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
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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
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