The Walt Disney Company

Will Disney CEO Bob Iger Renew His Contract?

Update: on today’s earnings call, Iger said he would stay if asked by the board, but that he thinks there is a good succession plan. Decision time is in 2018. Just like any other empty nester nearing retirement age, I’m sure the Iger family has… Read More »Will Disney CEO Bob Iger Renew His Contract?

Disney Ranked “Most Intimate Brand” Among Millennials

Call them what you want – Generation Y, Generation Me, Echo Boomers or the Peter Pan generation – Millennials are the most sought after demographic across many industries. For Disney they fit that sweet zone of young families without kids or with one or two… Read More »Disney Ranked “Most Intimate Brand” Among Millennials

Disney’s creative business solutions in the news

It’s always interesting to peek over the wall and see how the business community views The Walt Disney Company. For most of his life, Walt Disney struggled getting respect from his peers in the studio world. Walt’s brother Roy still managed to find financial support… Read More »Disney’s creative business solutions in the news

Bob Iger’s Excellent RV Adventure is Postponed

If you’ve ever seen those large lumbering Recreational Vehicles (RV) driving through Walt Disney World, there’s a good chance they’re on their way to Fort Wilderness. Families and retirees share the tradition of driving cross-country to spend some quality time in Disney’s campground, living in… Read More »Bob Iger’s Excellent RV Adventure is Postponed

Disney CEO Bob Iger made a mere $44.9 million in 2015

The Chair and CEO of the Walt Disney Company’s 2015 compensation package was revealed in an SEC filing yesterday. He collected $44.9 million, which is actually down 3.4% from 2014. According to the document, Iger’s base salary is $2.5 million with the rest coming in… Read More »Disney CEO Bob Iger made a mere $44.9 million in 2015