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. “Jobs again earned a salary of $1 in 2002. His income reflects $2.2 million in bonuses related to the jet that Apple purchased for him several years ago… Timothy D. Cook, who has taken on responsibility for Apple’s sales and operations, saw a jump in pay. He earned a salary of $563,829 in 2002, up from $452,219 in 2001. Avadis Tevanian, senior vice president of software engineering, saw his salary increase to $492,212 in 2002 from $460,873 a year earlier. Chief Financial Officer Fred Anderson’s salary dipped to $656,631 from $657,039 a year earlier. Jonathan Rubinstein, the company’s senior vice president of hardware, earned $452,588 in 2002, down from $469,737,” reports c|net.