Bob Iger took pains to defend Disney-owned ESPN during the company's quarterly earnings call. It's doing great, he says, despite lower profits. The post Disney’s CEO Says Reports of ESPN’s Demise Are Ridiculous appeared first on WIR...
Disney CEO Bob Iger did his best in the company’s quarterly earnings call today to persuade analysts not to worry about continuing signs of weakness at ESPN — Disney’s biggest profit driver. “We fully expect our media networks, including ESPN, to deliver bottom line growth,” the CEO says. Show More Summary
When George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney back in 2012, many expected big changes, and there have been someâ??chief among these is the Star Wars universe expanding at a rate we've never seen before. But Disney CEO Bob Iger is also known...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger teases that there is no end in sight for their lucrative 'Star Wars' movies and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said in November that Shanghai Disney Resort would open “next spring” — and the June 16 date it announced today just barely makes the deadline. The entertainment giant and its partner, Shanghai Shendi Group — which...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger lauds location, fan experience of Carson project
When 400 top Walt Disney executives were summoned by CEO Bob Iger recently, they knew there was something serious on the agenda, recalls CIO Susan O'Day. Iger's message for the troops was blunt: " I expect all of you to have a love affair...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger claims that the long-awaited 'Indiana Jones 5' is in fact happening, although he won't offer any sort of time table.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that a new Indiana Jones film is "coming," which has been rumored for quite some time, and it's likely the series will be a reboot with a new Indy, since Shia LeBeouf has already been used up and discarded...Show More Summary
Steven Spielberg wants it. Harrison Ford wants it. And Walt Disney Pictures want it. In an interview with Bloomberg news, Walt Disney’s CEO Bob Iger reassured during a long interview that “Indiana Jones 5” is on the table. He noted,Show More Summary
Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger confirms news in new interview.
Disney CEO Bob Iger's pay fell 3 percent to $44.9 million in the 2015 fiscal year. ||| Washington - Walt Disney chairman and chief executive officer Bob Iger saw his reported compensation drop 3.4 percent to $44.9 million in 2015, as his cash bonus shrank by $410,000 and the value of a pension declined because of an accounting change. Show More Summary
Walt Disney Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Bob Iger's compensation totaled $44.9 million in fiscal 2015, down about 3% from the previous year, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Wednesday. Iger's base salary of $2.5 million was unchanged from 2014, when his overall compensation...
Disney reported today in an SEC filing that its chairman and CEO Bob Iger made $44.9 million in total compensation during the company’s fiscal 2015. That’s down from 2014, when he collected $46.5M, but don’t feel too bad for him: last year’s total marked a 35.5% rise from the year…
Thomas Staggs, who became COO of the company in February, earned $20 million. read more
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" probably took about $528 million in box-office sales worldwide in its record weekend debut, more than Walt Disney Co. anticipated, Chief Executive Officer Bob Iger said. At that level, the first live-action "Star Wars" film in a decade beats the previous global record...
Amazon, Google and Roku are all battling to win over your TV, but according to the Disney CEO Bob Iger, the new Apple TV tops them all, not only because it’s great for consumers, but also because it’s a win for content creators. “One of the most important things that the industry needs to do […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Worldwide box-office receipts for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” were higher than expected even as recently as Sunday, Disney CEO Bob Iger told BloombergBusiness. Iger said the total global box office for the opening weekend will be about $528 million, including...
The ease of use of the Apple TV is a good thing for content creators, Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger said in an interview on Monday, praising Apple for creating what he believes is the most intuitive television user interface ever.
Star Wars ‘The Force Awakens’ opened on Friday to record breaking audiences and revenues. For fans it was a chance to return to the original Star Wars while for Disney Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger to boast in a letter to staff about being one of the proudest and exciting moments in Disney’s history.... Show More Summary