That time has come, once again, to depreciate ourselves with the ostentation of Apple executives. This is because eight of them again had a portion of the restricted shares of the companies made available yesterday (4/4), for what appears in the SEC documents.
Six Ma executives each received 94,010 ordinary shares: Jeff Williams, Bruce Sewell, Phil Schiller, Eddy Cue, Craig Federighi and Dan Riccio. The amounts refer to the Apple incentive plan agreed on March 3 and October 17, 2014. Respectively, the amount of restricted shares for each day was 53,056 and 40,955, worth, in total, $ 13.6 million. In addition, Cue also bought 236 ordinary shares from Apple on January 31, 2017, according to the company's ESPP.
Angela Ahrendts and Luca Maestri also had the restricted shares of October 2014 made $ 6 million available to each.
As always, of these amounts, Apple retained 46,214 of the shares received by Cue, Schiller, Federighi, Riccio, Williams and Sewell in order to comply with tax laws. From Ahrendts and Maestri, the company retained 20,648 (of each). For the family fund, Cue set aside 48,032 of the shares, while Schiller earmarked 47,796 of them, following last week's compensation whose sale earned the executive $ 6.9 million ($ 143.32 per share).
And we just keep dreaming of those numbers