Former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts Welcomed to Apple With $68 Million

Ahrendts started her new job as Apple's senior vice president of retail and online stores last week.
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Ahrendts started her new job as Apple's senior vice president of retail and online stores last week.
Angela Ahrendts. Photo: Getty

Angela Ahrendts. Photo: Getty

We all knew that Angela Ahrendts' move from Burberry to Apple would be a lucrative one, but here's some confirmation that the job perks are, in fact, pretty damn sweet. 

According to an Apple filing posted Monday, the former Burberry CEO will receive 113,334 units of restricted Apple shares over the course of the next four years. At current stock prices, that adds up to roughly $68.1 million.

Ahrendts officially came on board last week to run Apple's retail business, while Burberry designer Christopher Bailey has taken up the executive reins of the British fashion house. Sounds like the transition worked out well for both of them, so far.