Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Disney Dollars

Looks like the recession hasn't affected everyone in the industry. Even though Disney's stock was down a good amount for the year, the head honcho still did well. A $13.9 million bonus?! Wonder what he would have gotten if the company actually did well...

From IMDb -

Iger Weathers Recession

20 January 2009 1:38 AM, PST

The Walt Disney Co. reported in its annual proxy statement that CEO Robert Iger received total compensation of more than $30.6 million last year, representing an 11 percent raise from the previous year. While his salary remained at $2 million, he also received $7.77 million in stock awards and a $13.9-million bonus.Iger's stock options were valued at $5.98 million, while other compensation came to $773,090.

1 comment:

  1. Hi, Jeff -- Dave and I are in Simi Valley for a short time to see the Reagan Library. Don't know whether we're close to where you and can't find a number to call you, but want to just say hi. It sure is beautiful here, isn't it? And good to be from Wisconsin (far away from), so we can truly appreciate it.

    Hope all is well with you.

    Vicki Gosse


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