(WASHINGTON) — The world’s most valuable company, Apple Inc., gave CEO Tim Cook a 99 percent pay cut in 2012, according to documents filed with U.S. securities regulators.
The CEO, who has been at the helm of the Cupertino-based company since founder Steve Jobs died in Oct. 2011, saw his compensation decline because he got no stock award this year. However, he did get a 51 percent increase in salary and bonus.
According to documents filed to the Securities Exchange Commission Thursday, Cook earned a salary of $1.36 million and received a cash bonus of $2.8 million, making his compensation for the year $4.2 million.
Compensation for Cook is down after the CEO was awarded one of the highest compensation packages on record in the prior year. In 2011, Cook received $376.2 million in stock, which boosted his pay package to $378 million.
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Sam Turner, Deseret News
Chris Isidore and Robert Mclean, CNN Newswire