Walt Disney Company Chairman and CEO Bob Iger will be honored with the Producers Guild of America 2014 Milestone Award, to be presented at the 25th Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony on January 19, 2014.
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Forbes reports that The Walt Disney Company has announced its succession plan, which includes CEO Robert Iger stepping down in 2015.
At a meeting in London on Wednesday, Disney President and CEO Bob Iger expressed interest in making further acquisitions in the U.K., per VARIETY.
The Walt Disney Co. Board of Directors announced today that it had signed President and CEO Robert A. Iger to a new five-year contract. Igers previous contract would have expired on Sept. 30, 2010. The new contract will end on Jan. 31, 2013.
Disney President and CEO Robert A. Iger discussed his views on globalization and technology at a luncheon yesterday with members and guests of the Pacific Council on International Policy. Iger stressed that building brand identity is important for the American entertainment industry, especially when branching out globally, and that identifying "local tastes and market trends" is important for global industry, especially in the growing markets of China, Russia and India.
Walt Disney Co. ceo-elect Bob Iger on Tuesday (June 7, 2005) said he had "really good" talks with Pixar Animation Studios Inc., reports RUETERS. He told investors at a Deutsche Bank conference that it was too early to tell if a new agreement would be reached.
"I'm not sure I really want to give you odds. We've had really good discussions," Iger said.
It was a busy weekend for the Walt Disney Co. board of directors as it announced March 13, 2005, that Robert A. Iger had been unanimously elected ceo, replacing Michael D. Eisner, effective Sept. 30. He will succeed Eisner, current ceo, who announced his intention to retire in September with a year remaining in his contract, for which hell be paid.
Disney president Robert Iger said on Wednesday that a renewed deal between the house that Walt built and Pixar Animation Studios was "unlikely, reports REUTERS. He added that partnerships like the one Disney had with Pixar to distribute its films often "outgrow one another."
"If it's not Pixar, it will be someone else," Iger told an audience at the Royal Television Society's international conference in London.