Orlando, Florida residents want the Walt Disney Company to “Let Trump Go.”
Disney CEO Bob Iger confirms his intentions to pursue a relationship with Donald Trump.
A “previously scheduled board meeting” will prevent Iger from traveling to Washington D.C. tomorrow.
Disney CEO Bob Iger’s collaboration with Trump is bad for Disney’s cultural brand—and bad for Disney employees.
The company is taking a $147 million charge to close down its gaming division.
The Walt Disney Company has a sneaky way of funneling money from its employees into the pockets of U.S. Congresspeople.
The silver lining: Brad Bird is returning to animation.
CEO Bob Iger has driven the Disney Company to record profits. But how long will his strategy work?
Last week Bob Iger said that he had signed a two-year contract extension that will allow him to remain as CEO and chairman of the Walt Disney Company until June 2018.
Believe it or not, he doesn’t think it’s a live-action “Dumbo.”