Tim Cook

2010

In 2010, Tim Cook earned a total compensation of $59.1M as Chief Executive Officer at Apple, a 3,500% increase compared to previous year.

Compensation breakdown

Bonus$5,000,000
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$900,000
Salary$800,016
Stock Awards$52,334,250
Other$58,306
Total$59,092,572

Cook received $52.3M in stock awards, accounting for 88.56% of the total pay in 2010.

Cook also received $5M in bonus, $900K in non-equity incentive plan, $800K in salary and $58.3K in other compensation.

Rankings

In 2010, Tim Cook's compensation ranked 4th out of 10,114 executive pay records tracked by us. In other words, Cook earned more than 100.0% of all executives tracked by us in 2010.

ClassificationRankingPercentile
All
4
out of 10,114
100th
Manufacturing
Division
2
out of 3,738
100th
Industrial And Commercial Machinery And Computer Equipment
Major group
1
out of 380
100th
Computer And Office Equipment
Industry group
1
out of 103
99th
Electronic Computers
Industry
1
out of 24
96th
Source: SEC filing on January 7, 2013.

Cook's colleagues

We found six more compensation records of executives who worked with Tim Cook at Apple in 2010.

2010

Peter Oppenheimer

Apple

Chief Financial Officer

2010

Ronald Johnson

Apple

Senior Vice President, Retail

2010

Bruce Sewell

Apple

General Counsel

2010

D Sewell

Apple

General Counsel

2010

Scott Forstall

Apple

Senior Vice President, iOS Software

2010

Steven Jobs

Apple

Chief Executive Officer

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