Walt Disney Co. Chairman-Chief Executive Officer Bob Iger received $36.3 million in compensation during the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, down 17% from the previous fiscal year.Disney made the disclosure as part of the company's proxy statement filing Friday. The 66-year-old Iger received a $15.2 million cash bonus tied to results, including segment operating income and return on invested capital.His base salary remained flat at $2.5 million, as did stock awards at about $9 million. Non-equity incentive compensation fell to...
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While Iger seemingly looked forward to getting off the treadmill of executive life when he stepped away from Disney at the end of 2021, he couldn’t resist the call back. After his long and remarkably successful tenure as CEO and chairman, Iger suddenly replaced former CEO Bob Chapek in a true November surprise for a two-year stint running the company again. Iger is expected to help resolve significant operating losses in Disney’s streaming division amid macroeconomic mayhem and restore investor confidence. In his 10 months off, Iger served as a venture partner for Thrive Capital, continued work on his memoir and was one of the last recipients of knighthood from the late Queen Elizabeth II.