In a new filing with the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), Apple revealed that CEO Tim Cook brought in $10.3 million in total compensation for 2015, which is up from $9.2 million in 2014. The bulk of Cook's earnings came in the form incentives and stock awards, with his base salary consisting of $2 million.
Apple's other executives all brought in around 25 million each, including incentives and stock awards. In particular, CFO Maestri and retail head Angela Ahrendts brought earned $25.3 million and $25.7 million, respectively. Meanwhile, SVP of software and services Eddy Cue, SVP of hardware engineering Dan Riccio, and SVP of general counsel and secretary Bruce Sewell all earned just under $25.1 million.
As for Apple as a whole, the SEC filing reveals that Apple generated $233.7 billion in sales over the course of 2015, which is up 28 percent over 2014. It's an impressive number, and one that will be broken down further when Apple reports its Q1 2016 earnings on January 26.