Apple CEO Tim Cook’s compensation rose 11.5% to $10.3 million in 2015, despite the stock’s first negative year since the global financial crisis. According to a regulatory filing, Cook’s base pay increased about 14.4% to $2 million, while non-equity incentive compensation rose about 19% to $8 million.
Apple shares dropped below $100 for the first time in nearly five months on Wednesday. This comes on reports of slowing shipments of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Yesterday Apple closed at $100.70.