Disney shareholders push back on CEO Bob Iger's compensation

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Walt Disney shareholders on Wednesday issued a symbolic rejection of compensation plans for executives including CEO Bob Iger, who could earn up to $48.5 million this year.

The media giant said 52% of shareholders voted down its executive compensation plan at Disney’s annual shareholder meeting, while 44% voted in favor. Another 4% of shareholders abstained from the non-binding vote.—More…



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