Apple today filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission, disclosing the compensation granted to CEO Steve Jobs and other Apple executives for their work last year, according to c|net. While Jobs again only received a US$1 salary for the year, he was granted 7.5 million stock options at an exercise price of $18.30. Currently only 25 percent of the options are exercisable, with the remainder vesting annually over the next three years. Other top executives earned higher base salaries, ranging from $460,873 to $657,039. In 2000, Jobs received 20 million options — currently worth nothing, as they carry an exercise price of $45.59 — as well as $90 million Gulfstream V jet.