Apple Adjusts Bonus in Shift to Performance Rewards

June 24 (Bloomberg) -- Apple's board is linking more of CEO Tim Cook’s compensation to the company’s stock performance, seeking to reassure investors who have seen the shares drop 41 percent from a record in September. Adam Satariano reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Apple Only Spends 3.5% of Revenue on R&D
07:58 - Compared with its resources, Apple has remained relatively quiet. It spent just 3.5 percent ($8.1 billion) of its $233 billion in revenue in fiscal 2015 on research and development, a lower percentage than every other large U.S. technology company, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Bloomberg's Mark Milian reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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