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Apple CEO Jobs Gets Another $1 in Salary

Apple CEO Steve Jobs received a salary of $1 last year, which is unchanged from his 2004 and 2005 salary, according to a filing with the Securities and
Exchange Commission.

Apple CEO, Steve Jobs
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Apple CEO, Steve Jobs

Jobs’ compensation now comes from previous stock-option grants.

In contrast, Peter Oppenheimer, who is the Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Apple was paid a $615,000 salary for 2006, and received a $450,000 bonus.

More details on Jobs’ compensation are set to emerge next year as the new SEC disclosure rules that require companies to provide a total compensation number will apply to Apple’s 2007 filing, the company said.

Apple's shareholder meeting is scheduled for May 10.

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