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  • Robert 'Bob' Iger, chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Co., from left, Ben Sherwood, co-chairman of Disney Media Networks, and Thomas 'Tom' Staggs, chief operating officer of The Walt Disney Co.

    The departure of Thomas Stagg's from Disney leaves no obvious successor for Robert Iger, The New York Times reports.

  • Wynn: Same views on China as Disney's Iger

    CNBC's Seema Mody reports on Steve Wynn's investor conference call including the casino CEO's positive view on China. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.

  • LOS ANGELES, April 5- Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger could be asked to postpone his retirement a third time to help smooth the transition to a new leader of the storied media company, analysts suggested after Monday's surprise resignation of Chief Operating Officer Tom Staggs. Disney shares fell 1.7 percent to end at $97 on Tuesday as investors digested...

  • Bill George on Iger succession: I'm perplexed

    Bill George, CNBC Contributor, Senior Fellow at Harvard Business School and former Medtronic Chairman, discusses Disney's succession plan shakeup.

  • April 5- Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger could end up extending his term for a third time, analysts said on Tuesday, following the surprise announcement that Chief Operating Officer Tom Staggs, a potential successor, will step down in May. In his 15 years as CEO, Iger has led Disney to record profits and executed successful acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel...

  • Tom Staggs, COO of The Walt Disney Company

    Sources told CNBC that Thomas Staggs is leaving Disney because he didn't receive assurances from the board that he would succeed Iger.

  • Shakeup in Disney's c-suite

    Brett Harriss, Gabelli & Company talks about the departure of Disney COO Thomas Staggs who had been considered heir apparent to CEO Bob Iger.

  • LOS ANGELES, April 4- Tom Staggs, the veteran Walt Disney Co executive who had been widely seen as the media company's next CEO, will step down on May 6 as the board expands its search for a successor to Bob Iger, Disney said on Monday. Iger has led Disney to record profits and executed successful acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel Entertainment and "Star Wars" producer...

  • April 4- Walt Disney Co Chief Operating Officer Tom Staggs, who had been widely expected to be the media and entertainment company's next chief executive, will step down on May 6 as the board expands its search for a successor to Bob Iger, the company said on Monday. Chief Financial Officer Jay Rasulo, who had been seen as Stagg's chief rival for the top position, said...

  • Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Disney, Tesla, Allergan and more.

  • April 4- Walt Disney Co Chief Operating Officer Tom Staggs, who was widely expected to be the media and entertainment company's next chief executive, will step down from his current role next month and will leave the company at the end of the fiscal year, Disney said on Monday. The move comes about two years before Bob Iger, Disney's chief executive and chairman, is to...

  • April 4- Walt Disney Co said on Monday Chief Operating Officer Thomas Staggs will step down effective May 6.

  • Disney holds annual shareholder meeting

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides a preview of Disney's annual meeting and reports on a slowdown in cord-cutting.

  • Dish Networks exhibit at CES 2016 in Las Vegas.

    Dish Network may want to deliver a clear signal to investors soon.

  • Les Moonves, president and chief executive officer of CBS Corp.

    It looks like the beating media stocks took last week may have been unfair.

  • A man enters Viacom headquarters in New York.

    Disruptive technology and changing viewing habits shift assessment of cable and satellite TV. Financial Times reports.

  • Jim Cramer on the set of Mad Money

    “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer explains what’s stopping companies from going public this year.

  • Jim Cramer analyzes the long term prospects for Disney. Could this quarter really signify Mickey's obituary?

  • Cable

    U.S. media titans keep tripping over cut cords. Healthy profits and outlooks from the likes of Walt Disney and Time Warner this week weren't enough to disentangle them.

  • Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company

    CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses the health of Disney and why the stock is down despite better-than-expected quarterly results.