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Bob Iger

26 Feb 2020
The Chief Executive of Disney, Bob Iger, has stepped down from the top job at the entertainment giant after fifteen years. It was a surprise move which sees the head of the company's theme parks business, Bob Chapek, take up the role. Iger will stay on as Executive Chairman, where he will focus on the creative element of the business. Also today, we look at some of the latest warnings from businesses on the impact of the coronavirus.
8 Aug 2019
Iger reportedly made the announcement on August 6 during a company call to discuss Disney’s third-quarter earnings. The ‘Home Alone’ reboot will appear on their new streaming service, Disney+.
16 Jun 2017
Bob Iger, chief executive officer at Walt Disney Co., talks with Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie about the success of the company’s Shanghai Disney Resort, plans for the growth of ESPN, and the prospect of U.S. tax reform.

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