Friday, December 27, 2013

Apple: Tim Cook paid $ 4.25 million - Le Figaro

Apple has paid its CEO, Tim Cook, to the tune of $ 4.25 million this year, an increase of almost 2% compared to 2012, according to a document released Friday in anticipation of the Annual General Meeting.

document available on the website of the U.S. stock Constable (SEC), explains that Mr. Cook received a base salary of 1.40 million dollars, 1.36 million after the previous year . Are added $ 2.8 million bonus, as in 2012, and 52 721 dollars payments on his retirement account.

On the lagged year ended in late September, the group increased its sales business from 9% to $ 171 billion, the iPhone still the engine of growth of Apple. But the company also accused the first decline in net income in eleven years (-11% to 37 billion). However
analysts hope to finally see the launch this year of a new revolutionary product after the iPhone 2007 and the iPad in 2010.

The Annual General Meeting will be held on February 28 from 17:00 GMT in Cupertino, Apple’s headquarters in California.

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