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Tuesday, January 16, 2024

HOT: Bob Iger earned $31.6M in 2023 whilst he refused to pay actors & writers fairly for months

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Bob Iger earned $31.6M in 2023 whilst he refused to pay actors & writers fairly for months.

Amid an activist investor fight with Nelson Peltz and his Trian fund, the Bob Iger-led Disney formally rejected nominations that Peltz offered for the board of directors and put forward its own slate.

Disney’s board presented these nominees: Mary T. Barra, Safra A. Catz, Amy L. Chang, D. Jeremy Darroch, Carolyn N. Everson, Michael B.G. Froman, James P. Gorman, Robert A. Iger, Maria Elena Lagomasino, Calvin R. McDonald, Mark G. Parker and Derica W. Rice.

The Simpsons top brass, including Jim Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean and Matt Selman, deny that that there was such a cartoon in the office. “For the sake of the simple truth: No notice concerning Bob Chapek has been on the walls of any Simpson’s office. Since March 2020 all our work has been done remotely due to Covid. Nobody has been in the offices for two years now. We do miss the snack room,” they wrote in a joint statement. The source who spoke with THR said that the circulated cartoon was in fact subsequently taken down.)

Iger’s fiscal 2023 pay was $31.6 million, with former CEO Bob Chapek earning nearly $10 million (he was terminated a few months after Disney’s fiscal 2023 began in November 2022), and former CFO Christine McCarthy taking home a package valued at $18.1 million.

The lion’s share of Iger’s pay package was in stock and option awards.

According to Disney, the company had “no less than 20 meaningful interactions” with Peltz and his Trian Group after the company abandoned its proxy fight a year ago.

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