Reported today that Apple CEO Tim Cook is turning down a 75 million dollar bonus, for the full story click below:
Corporate leadership is a theme for Silicon Valley innovator Carol Realini in her recently published BankRUPT.
Carol discusses the actions of Steve Jobs on his return to Apple in the 90s, and his personal example of cutting his salary to a dollar.
Which isn't to suggest that Apple never makes mistakes in its social responsibility, but it does indicate a consistently higher standard than many in the banking sector pursue. Certainly if Walter Marlowe's recent blog is anything to go by.
Any bankers want to respond?