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Tim Cook Makes More Than The GDP Of Tonga

Apple costs over $US600 a share and has nearly an unfathomable $US100 billion in cash lying around. So is it any wonder its CEO is paid more than the national wealth of a small island nation? Bloomberg reports “Tim Cook was the highest-paid chief executive officer in the US last year,” comprised of a modest “$US378 million, [including] salary, perks and bonuses ($US1.8 m...
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Tim Cook Makes More Than the GDP of the Kingdom of Tonga [Tim Cook]

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Apple costs over $600 a share, and has nearly an unfathomable $100 billion in cash lying around. So is it any wonder its CEO is paid more than the national wealth of a small island nation? More »

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