Apple Inc.\u2019s Tim Cook is set to collect stock worth about $120 million this week thanks to a run-up in shares of the iPhone maker. On Friday, Cook stands to receive 280,000 shares tied to his continued service as chief executive officer. He\u2019ll get as many as 280,000 additional shares if Apple\u2019s stock-market return over the preceding three years exceeds at least two-thirds of the firms in the S&P 500. Apple returned 119 percent from Aug. 25, 2015, through Tuesday\u2019s close, including reinvested dividends, outperforming more than 80 percent of companies in the index. Barring a major collapse this week, that all but ensures Cook will collect the maximum number of shares for his fifth consecutive payout at the top end of the range. The executive said in 2015 that he planned to give most of his fortune to charity. On Tuesday, an Apple regulatory filing said Cook had donated 23,215 of his current Apple shares. Cook, 57, gets annual installments from a massive award of restricted stock he received in 2011, when he succeeded Steve Jobs. It was initially set to vest in two increments over a decade. In 2013, at Cook\u2019s request, the board\u2019s compensation committee tied about a third of those shares to Apple\u2019s relative stock performance versus the broader market. This month, Apple became the first U.S.-based company to reach $1 trillion in market value. It was worth about $350 billion when Jobs died. \u201cI don\u2019t really think about it,\u201d Cook said in an interview in February, when Bloomberg asked him about the milestone. \u201cI still view Apple as a pretty small company, the way that we operate.\u201d Last year, about half of Cook\u2019s 560,000 shares were withheld to cover taxes. The rest were sold, netting him about $43 million. Aside from the stock, Cook also gets a $3 million salary and earned a $9.33 million cash bonus in 2017. He hasn\u2019t received new equity grants since 2011. The CEO is currently worth about $700 million, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.