The total includes $1.36 million salary and $2.8 million in incentive plan compensation, Cupertino, California-based Apple said today in a regulatory filing. His 2011 compensation of $378 million, one of the biggest pay packages on record, was boosted by $376.2 million in stock awards that he’ll get over a decade.
Shares of Apple, maker of the iPhone and iPad, have dropped 27 percent from a September record amid concerns that the company needs new breakthrough products to fend off rivals Google Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed the reins to Cook before his death in October 2011.
Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer will receive 2012 compensation valued at $68.6 million, up from $1.42 million a year earlier. His 2012 stock awards are valued at $66.2 million.
Apple fell 1.4 percent to $513 at the close in New York Wednesday. Even with the decline since September, the stock is up 27 percent for this year.