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Cook also banked $3.06 million in salary and was granted $89.2 million in equity during the year, bringing his total payout for fiscal 2017 to $102 million. The equity was previously disclosed, but the salary and incentive pay was disclosed in a regulatory filing made Wednesday.
It pays very well to be a top executive at Apple; Cook's top five underlings each took home about $24.2 million total for the fiscal year with bonuses of about $3.11 million each. This amount included money and equity compensation. The highest paid of these executives is reportedly Angela Ahrendts, the retail chief for the company, who raked in $24,216,072 for the year. Cook earns so much money and is so integral to Apple that its board recently mandated that Cook only fly private for business and personal travel.
Cook spent $93,109 traveling using private aircraft for non-business-related trips. Apple's board cites security reasons and the CEO's high profile as the reason for mandated private air travel. Cook also reportedly required about $224,216 in private security services that Apple paid for.