Apple CEO Tim Cook refuses $75M dividend on restricted stock

Apple CEO Tim Cook refuses $75M dividend on restricted stock

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Apple earlier today filed an 8-K form with the Securities and Exchange Commission, indicating that the board of directors has decided to give restricted stock holders the same $2.65-per-share dividend they expect to give public shareholders. CEO Tim Cook has requested he not be awarded the dividend, however, costing him...
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