Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs took $1 salary again in 2006

“Apple Computer Inc. said Friday that Chief Executive Steve Jobs’ compensation for the past fiscal year consisted of a $1 salary, just as it did for the previous two years,” MarketWatch reports.

MarketWatch reports, “After canceling his outstanding options in March 2003, Jobs got 10 million split-adjusted restricted shares and has received a total of $4 in salary since, according to Apple’s most recent annual report and previous documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.”

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23 Comments

  1. I have respect a CEO that ties his renumeration to the success of the company. I have no problem with Jobs being rewarded in stock options. It’s a great motivator for improving the value of the company.

  2. I wonder how Steve gets that one Buck?
    Does he pop down to the pay office and flash his ID.

    Accountant : “Job’s… Steve Jobs, ah yeah i’ve got the paper work here somewhere… ah here it is.”
    “Sorry, only got Quarters and Dimes. sign here and here.”

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