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Apple's Board Says that Tim Cook has to Fly Private from now on 'in the Interests of Security and Efficiency'

Business Insider

Apple CEO Tim Cook is now required by Apple's board of directors to fly on private aircraft, even for personal travel.

  • Apple says it's for security and safety reasons.
  • Tim Cook racked up $93,109 in personal travel costs for Apple in 2017, which counts as part of his compensation package.
  • Cook made $12,825,066 in total compensation at Apple in 2017.
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