Apple CEO Tim Cook Made $102 Million In 2017 And Now Is Required To Fly On A Private Plane
Imagine being so valuable to your company that they REQUIRED you to only fly on private planes? That is the world of Tim Cook. The Apple CEO made so much money in 2017 and is so valuable to the smartphone giant that he is now required to only fly on private jets, even for personal use. How do we get that job requirement at BroBible?
2017 was a big year for Apple, which released the new Apple Watch, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, as well as the revolutionary iPhone X. The impressive year paid big dividends to Apple as well as Cook. The Apple CEO received $3.06 million in salary, $9.33 million in incentive pay for the fiscal year ending September 30th, and an annual bonus equity award of $89.2 million, a 74% bonus. Cook’s total payout comes to just under $102 million. Not a bad gig.