Intel?s CEO Andy Grove made a lucrative option gain in 1996, over $94.6 million, on top of his salary and $2.6 million bonus. Filings with The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) show that he exercised stock options to buy about one million shares at $6.94 to $61.38 each. Intel responded promptly to the publicity, stressing that he spread the gains around, donating 200,000 to charity and giving away some 50,000. The rest was put to shrewd use. Over 400,000 shares were used for tax purposes and the remaining 80,000 to 90,000 went into his portfolio.
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