Bob Iger

Disney's Bob Chapek sees other reasons the stock is down.
Bob Chapek will take on Iger's old role, according to a surprise announcement Tuesday.
The Duke of Sussex approached Bob Iger at "The Lion King" premiere in July.
The patient even got to see it before actor Mark Hamill, who stars in the movie.
The iconic filmmaker had some bad feelings about Disney's "Star Wars" plans.
Disney does not have an active role in the company her grandfather co-founded, but she has repeatedly taken the company to task for CEO Bob Iger’s $65.6 million compensation last year.
The Walt Disney Company CEO said it would be "very difficult" for the media giant to keep filming in Georgia if the "heartbeat" abortion bill is implemented.
The Vermont senator and 2020 presidential hopeful called on the entertainment giant to "pay all of its workers a middle class wage."
Disney, a filmmaker and activist, has been outspoken about income inequality, and has said she donated the majority of her inheritance.
Spoiler alert: There were a lot of crying baby GIFs.
The president had thoughts on how ABC handled the situation, but he said little about Roseanne Barr's racist remarks.
Disney's CEO addressed the possibility at a Wall Street conference this week.
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