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


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u/Crotean Jan 13 '23

Honestly for as much damn money as Apple makes thats actually not that egregious compared to a lot of CEOs who are making that as their corporations go bankrupt. Still an obscene amount of money.


u/SweatyAdhesive Jan 13 '23

CEO of PG&E is making 50m in comp while raising prices on everyone lol


u/ParlorSoldier Jan 13 '23

Gotta love those “we’re burying utility lines out of the goodness of our hearts to save you money, and definitely not because we killed people and paid billions in fines” commercials.


u/JustYourNeighbor Jan 14 '23

Fuck fines. A hunter starts a signal fire after he got lost (that rampaged out of control and people died) arrested and he went on trial with the possibility of the death sentence. PG & E starts a fire ((that rampaged out of control and people died) and nobody missed an episode of GoT.


u/boosted5O Jan 14 '23

That pg&e commercial is bad, I have to mute it or change the channel