Robert Iger

Robert Iger

Chief Executive Officer at WALT DISNEY COMPANY (THE)

Net worth: 21 M $ as of 30/05/2024

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Robert Allen "Bob" Iger (born February 10, 1951) is an American businessman and the current chairman and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company. He was named president of Disney in 2000, and later succeeded Michael Eisner as chief executive in 2005, after a successful effort by Roy E. Disney to shake-up the management of the company. Iger oversaw the acquisition of Pixar Animation Studios in 2006, following a period of strained relations with the animation studio. He also led the company to acquire Marvel Entertainment in 2009 and Lucasfilm in 2012, further broadening Disney's intellectual property franchises.

Early life

Iger was born to a Jewish His father Arthur was a Oceanside, New York. He then began his career as a weatherman for a local television station. He joined the American Broadcasting Company in 1974 and gradually rose through its ranks. Iger was instrumental in convincing ABC to pick up David Lynch's offbeat but influential Twin Peaks. He served as president of the ABC Network Television Group from 1993–94, and then was named president and chief operating officer of ABC's corporate parent, Capital Cities/ABC. In 1996, The Walt Disney Company bought Capital Cities/ABC and renamed it ABC, Inc., where Iger remained president until 1999.

The Walt Disney Company

On February 25, 1999, Disney named Iger president of Walt Disney International, the business unit that oversees Disney's international operations, as well as chairman of the ABC Group. Disney called the change a promotion for Iger. But the company's insistence was initially viewed with skepticism, as some thought Iger was merely being removed from day-to-day authority at ABC since ABC had been struggling.

Disney named Iger its president and chief operating officer on January 24, 2000, making him the company's number two executive under Chairman and CEO Michael Eisner. The company had been without a separate president since Eisner assumed the role following the departure of Michael Ovitz in 1997, after sixteen months at Disney.

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Known holdings in public companies

CompanyDateNumber of sharesValuationValuation date
25/01/2024 205,036 ( 0.01% ) 21 M $ 30/05/2024

Robert Iger active positions

WALT DISNEY COMPANY (THE) Chief Executive Officer 19/11/2022
Private Equity Investor 12/09/2022
Director/Board Member 14/03/2022
Chairman 11/10/2021
Director/Board Member 20/10/2020
Director/Board Member 01/04/2020
The Bloomberg Family Foundation, Inc. Director/Board Member -
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Corporate Officer/Principal 31/12/2011
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Ithaca College Undergraduate Degree

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