Apple's technology chief Bob Mansfield has sold off another sizable chunk of his company stock.
According to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission this afternoon, Mansfield yesterday let go of 35,000 shares, worth just over $20.37 million.
Mansfield, who joined Apple when the company acquired Raycer Graphics in 1999, now has a little under 30,000 shares, a tally that does not include restricted stock units given out as bonuses.
A leaked company-wide e-mail from Cook last month noted that Mansfield would be staying on with Apple for another two years.
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