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Apple CEO Tim Cook to take more than 40% pay cut Business


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u/big_sugi Jan 13 '23

$49 billion, according to the most recent report I saw.


u/DeeJayGeezus Jan 13 '23

That was around their total profits for the year, not their total holdings. You can find all this information yourself on the 10-K. Public companies need to make all this information very transparent.


u/big_sugi Jan 13 '23

Apple has famously kept a lot of cash on hand for years. As of 9/30/22, they had $48.3 billion in cash on hand.