Disney boss Bob Iger has become the latest chief executive to quit Donald Trump’s business advisory council, protesting the President’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement. Mr Iger wrote on Twitter that "as a matter of principle, I've resigned from the President's Council over the #ParisAgreement withdrawal". Climate change is real.
Leaders of industries haven’t historically been leaders on climate change. Then why would Tim Cook, Elon Musk, Bob Iger and Jeff Immelt — a veritable who’s who of Fortune magazine cover models — so vocally criticize President Trump’s move to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord? Leave...
Yesterday afternoon, following a Running Man-style cliffhanger run-up that betrayed him as the hackneyed former game show host that he is, Donald Trump strolled his dumb ass out into the Rose Garden and announced the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, because nothing – not even the health of the planet – matters […]
Disney CEO Bob Iger has quit President Trump's business advisory council over Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement. “As a matter of principle, I’ve resigned from the President’s Council over the #ParisAgreement withdrawal,” Iger tweeted. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the landmark Paris climate change agreement has drawn strong criticism both at home and abroad, with world and local leaders pledging their support for the accord regardless of Washington’s withdrawal. Trump announced on...
The last 48 hours have been some of the most chaotic for the President of the United States, but now, he has lost one of his most trusted advisors. First, there was the “covfefe” situation which was all fun and games until the Paris Accord came about and things became overly serious. Show More Summary
HAWTHORNE — SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk and Disney CEO Bob Iger on Thursday both stepped down from presidential advisory panels in response to Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement earlier in the day. “Am departing presidential councils,” Musk wrote on Twitter following Trump’s announcement. “Climate change is real. Leaving […]
There's more fallout today from President Donald Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Accord on Climate Change – and it's coming from the Happiest Place on Earth. Joining Tesla boss Elon Musk, Disney CEO Bob Iger...Show More Summary
Bob Iger has been the CEO of Disney for over a decade, and made $41 million for his trouble last year, but that doesn’t mean he made it to his dream job. In fact, on a recent Vanity Fair podcast, Iger shared that in his early 20s, he...Show More Summary
Disney chief Bob Iger recently announced that hackers had obtained one of the company's movies and were holding it to ransom. This Wednesday, TorrentFreak concluded it was a hoax, and on Thursday, Disney admitted that was indeed the case. Show More Summary
Roughly 10 days ago, it was reported that Disney had been hacked and that a movie had been stolen. The movie was widely thought to be Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead men Tell No Tales, though there was no info to back this up. The hackers demanded Disney meet their demands for a ransom payment via Bitcoin. Show More Summary
Last week, rumors were circulating that a certain Disney film had been stolen by hackers. Disney CEO Bob Iger now says the whole thing was much ado about nothing. In an interview with Yahoo Finances‘ Nicole Sinclair, Iger said Disney were threatened, but most likely not hacked: To our knowledge, we were not hacked. Show More Summary
The original ransom claimed that an undisclosed stolen film would be uploaded if Disney didn’t pay a huge amount in Bitcoin. The post Disney CEO Bob Iger Now Thinks Pirates 5 Ransom Was a Hoax appeared first on CBR.
Seems that those alleged Pirates pirates might have been all bluster and no blunderbuss. Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger said in an interview today that he doesn’t believe the threat to the high-profile summer tentpole Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales was real. "To our knowledge we were not hacked," he told Yahoo Finance. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. ? Joined by the stars of Avatar and filmmaker James Cameron, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger officially dedicated the Walt Disney World Resort's new Pandora - The World of Avatar land in a media ceremony this morning. Show More Summary
Pirates hacking "Pirates"? Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," which is set to open May 26, is reportedly being held hostage unless a ransom is paid. LA Times reports that Disney's chief exec Bob Iger told ABC employees in New York yesterday that hackers claim to have stolen one of the studio's films. Show More Summary
Hackers are demanding money from Disney to stop the leaking of a pirate copy of an upcoming film. While Disney CEO Bob Iger didn't mention the movie by name when he announced the news, reports have identified the upcoming 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' as the target. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.
The new Pirates of the Caribbean movie has apparently fallen into the hands of a different kind of pirate, and they're threatening to make it public unless a ransom is paid. Disney CEO Bob Iger told employees Monday that hackers have seized a Disney movie and are demanding a massive...
Earlier today, reports came in that an unnamed, unreleased Disney movie had been stolen from the company by hackers. Company CEO Bob Iger informed ABC employees at a town hall style meeting that a movie had been taken, and that it was being held hostage in exchange for a large ... More »
It looks like Disney’s latest film about pirates might itself have been stolen by modern-day pirates. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced to ABC staff today that hackers claim to have an unreleased Disney film, and will release it to the public unless the House of Mouse pays a ransom. Show More Summary