Apple CEO Tim Cook’s 2022 total compensation was $99.4 million, according to an SEC filing released today. His compensation included a salary of $3 million, approximately $83 million in stock, and $13.4 million in other forms of compensation. By comparison, Cook’s total compensation in 2021 was $98.7 million.


Cook will receive a substantial pay cut in 2023, according to the publication. bloombergMark Gurman. Based on shareholder feedback and Cook’s own support for the change, the filing indicates that his 2023 compensation target will be $49 million, less than half of his total compensation in 2022.

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