CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the war of words on wages between Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders and Disney CEO Bob Iger.
The Disney chief slams the Vermont senator for making negative comments on the company's work conditions.
As earnings figures decline, Disney is under pressure to figure out shifting TV-viewing habits.
Four months ago, Disney boasted loudly about the strength of its video game unit. Tuesday, the company shut it down.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks down Disney's quarterly results.
Tony Wible, Drexel Hamilton director, weighs in on where Disney will be able to capitalize on its brand.
May 10- Walt Disney Co, an investor favorite for consistently beating Wall Street earnings targets, reported a rare miss on Tuesday as advertising and subscriptions declined at sports channel ESPN and theme park revenue came in weaker than expected. Excluding some items, Disney earned $1.36 per share, missing analyst average expectation of $1.40 per share.
Media giant Disney missed earnings per share estimates for the first time in five years.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides a preview of Disney's quarterly results after the record-breaking success of "Capital America" last weekend and CEO Bob Iger's bullish comments on ESPN.
Barton Crockett, FBR Capital Markets, explains why investors need to focus on the "brillant" stuff going on at Disney's studio segment.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at the big turnaround for media stocks, and discovered a few with flashing buy signals.
Jeff Sonnenfeld of the Yale School of Management looks at the potential hole in the succession plan for Disney's CEO.
James Stewart, New York Times Columnist and CNBC Contributor, discusses Disney's CEO succession shakeup with Thomas Staggs' removal from the board.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reporting that median executive compensation fell 3.8 percent in 2015.
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, 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...
Sources told CNBC that Thomas Staggs is leaving Disney because he didn't receive assurances from the board that he would succeed Iger.
Brett Harriss, Gabelli & Company talks about the departure of Disney COO Thomas Staggs who had been considered heir apparent to CEO Bob Iger.