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Tag Archives: Disney CEO
Highlights from day one of the D23 Expo the official Disney Fan Club’s big convention. Included in the video is a welcome from Disney Chair and CEO Bob Iger, Pixar animation’s John Lasseter, the voice cast of Disney’s Frozen, Phineas … Continue reading
Disney fans are you ready to add brings like HGTV, Food Network, and the Travel channel to the portfolio? Nikki Finke’s Deadline Hollywood reports that the word on the street is Disney will purchase Scripps Networks, which owns those popular … Continue reading
Editor: Please welcome new guest author Daniel Ross The Avengers helped set even more records away from the box-office. Powered by the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Walt Disney Company (DIS on the NYSE) stocks rose to their highest level ever at … Continue reading
The days of Michael Eisner’s $200 million plus compensation package is long gone. The new Disney board has tied compensation closer to performance on the job. But when you’re Disney CEO you still earn based on the overall company’s performance. … Continue reading