According to a newly released SEC filing, Apple CEO Tim Cook’s compensation for fiscal 2015 was $10,281,327.
Cook’s earnings breaks down to a salary of $2 million, non-equity incentive compensation of $8 million, and other compensation of about $280,000. Cook earned approximately $1 million more than he did in fiscal 2014, when he brought in $9.2 million.
Last year, with stock awards and hiring bonuses, Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts earned $73 million, but in 2015, her compensation was $25.8 million, in line with other Apple executives, all of whom received $20 million in stock awards and $4 million in non-equity incentive compensation in addition to their $1 million salaries.
Senior executives Bruce Sewell, Dan Riccio, Eddy Cue, and Luca Maestri all earned more than $25 million in 2015, numbers that do not include restricted stock units that vested in 2015.
Over the course of the year, Tim Cook received 560,000 shares of stock worth over $57 million, Angela Ahrendts received 391,634 shares worth $50 million. Eddy Cue, Dan Riccio, Bruce Sewell, and Luca Maestri also had shares worth between $11 million and $38 million vest.
Under the leadership of Tim Cook, Apple had another record year, generating $233.7 billion in sales, an increase of 28 percent over 2014 and a new high for the company. Earnings per diluted share were at $9.22, up 43 percent from 2014.
According to its October forecast, Apple expects to continue its record earnings streak into 2016, with projected revenue between $75.5 and $77.5 billion for the first quarter of 2016.
Apple will announce its earnings for the first fiscal quarter of 2015 on Tuesday, January 26