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Disney’s Acquisitions Under Bob Iger
Disney announces its $7.4 billion purchase of Steve Jobs’ Pixar Animation Studios, the company behind the “Toy Story” franchise.
Iger unveils a $4 billion acquisition of Marvel Entertainment, known for comic book icons like Captain America and Iron Man.
The company agrees to acquire Lucasfilm, the studio founded by “Star Wars” creator George Lucas, for $4.06 billion.
Disney makes a play in the digital space, agreeing to buy Maker Studios for $500 million. The company was later folded into Disney Digital Network.
The company acquires a controlling stake in BAMTech, the company that powers streaming services for Major League Baseball and other leagues, for $1.58 billion.