Jeff Chiu, Associated Press
Apple CEO Tim Cook, right, hugs Beats by Dre co-founder and Apple employee Jimmy Iovine at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Monday, June 8, 2015. The maker of iPods and iPhones announced Apple Music, an app that combines a 24-hour, seven-day live radio station called "Beats 1" with an on-demand music streaming service.

SAN FRANCISCO — Apple CEO Tim Cook got a raise of more than $1 million last year, though he didn't make as much as his top lieutenants.

The tech company says in a filing that Cook's total pay was nearly $10.3 million, including $2 million salary, an $8 million bonus and $209,000 for private security. Apple paid five senior vice presidents more than $25 million apiece, including stock grants worth $20 million.

Cook hasn't received stock in recent years. He was given restricted grants worth $384 million in 2011, when he became CEO.

Apple earned a record $53 billion profit on sales of $233.7 billion in the fiscal year ending in September. Its stock rose 15 percent during that period, although shares have sagged recently amid worries about Apple's ability to keep growing.