The CEO of Secretive Data Analysis Startup Palantir Made Over $12 Million Last Year, and Will Get $800,000 in Travel Stipends in 2020
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- In SEC paperwork to go public, secretive data company Palantir revealed its CEO Alexander Karp made $12 million last year and had a travel stipend of $600,000.
- Karp also was compensated for nearly $1 million for "the person use of chartered aircraft."
- Palantir filed IPO paperwork the day after a slew of unicorn-status enterprise tech startups filed to go public...