Bob Iger talked candidly about some of Disney’s lackluster box office performances and the entertainment giant’s output at a recent conference.
Billionaire Elon Musk stood out in appearance and rhetoric at a summit featuring some of the world's most powerful figures in politics, business and entertainment.
Disney CEO Bob Iger, who returned to the media giant after the firing of former CEO Bob Chapek, was candid about his future running one the world's largest media companies.
CEO Bob Iger offered more insight into Disney's decision to halt advertising on Elon Musk’s X during a DealBook Summit session Wednesday.
The Walt Disney Co. chief executive Bob Iger admitted during a town hall meeting with employees Tuesday that his return as CEO has been tougher than he expected.
Disney and CEO Bob Iger will host a town hall for the entertainment giant's staffers. The meeting reportedly is scheduled for Nov. 28.
Disney is examining whether its future should include fewer television networks after CEO Bob Iger said last summer that some of Disney’s TV networks might not be core to the company.
Disney investors may get a fresh update on what the media giant is planning to do with assets, including ESPN, which are no longer considered "core" for the House of Mouse.
Walt Disney announced Monday it is bringing on former PepsiCo executive Hugh Johnston as the company’s new senior executive vice president and chief financial officer beginning on Dec. 4.
As the Walt Disney Company marks its 100th anniversary, CEO Bob Iger faces challenges in reversing the slide of the company's stock that's trading near 9-year lows.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz is seeking "multiple" seats on Disney's board, according to reports. Peltz's Trian Fund Management reportedly owns a roughly $2.5 billion stake in Disney.
Disney CEO Bob Iger reportedly told investors this week the entertainment giant will "quiet the noise," referring to the culture war the company has become engaged in.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has floated the idea of selling the company's TV assets, but with reports of a possible offer, the entertainment giant is not revealing its hand.
Bob Iger held onto the office he used as CEO of Disney while he stayed on as executive chairman and Bob Chapek took over the CEO job, CNBC reported on Wednesday.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has re-upped his call for Disney to drop its lawsuit against him and other Florida officials, warning the entertainment giant it is "going to lose."
Disney is raising the prices of its ad-free versions of the Disney+ and Hulu platforms while introducing a new bundle of both streaming services.
Two key reports on inflation, the CPI and PPI, are due this week as are a host of quarterly earnings, including Disney, Tyson Foods, Beyond Meat, Rivian and UPS.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has brought back two former executives who were potential heirs to the top spot before ill-fated Bob Chapek got the job, according multiple news sources.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said Thursday that the entertainment and media company might offload its TV assets like ABC and ESPN, because they “may not be core" to the business.
Disney said Wednesday it had added two years to CEO Bob Iger's contract, making it now run until the end of 2026. His deal originally ended next year.