Tim Cook, the chief executive of the technology giant Apple got a rise in his base salary by almost 43% last year in February, said the company.
The salary of Mr Cook increaser from$1.4m to $2m and the overall remuneration amounted to more than double to whooping $9.2m in 2014.
The New York Times has said in a recent report that there has been no disquieting slowdown at tech giant Apple after the company's current CEO Tim Cook took over the reins from his predecessor, late Steve Jobs.
On Friday Apple reported in a regulatory filing that Tim Cook, the companies CEO was paid 4.25 million dollars in 2013. The compensation was almost the same as the 4.2 million Cook earned in 2012.
Is there an end to the patent war going between Apple and Samsung? Perhaps, the future holds the answer as Top executives at Apple and Samsung have recently talked about their recent patent settlement.
It seems that Apple is all set to make its way to the world's most populous market, China, as news of the new chief executive of Apple, Tim Cook, making a visit to China caught the attention of media. It was confirmed that he has met many Chinese government officials there.
Members of the US congress subcommittee have written a letter to the CEO of Apple Inc., Tim Cook, asking him to send a representative of the company to Washington for briefing the government officials on the privacy protocols being taken by the company to protect the personal information stored in their iOS devices.
It has been uncovered in a recent report that after facing the criticism from its customers for poor working conditions provided to workers, Apple has now started to take the matter of working conditions very seriously.
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