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Disney's shares edged lower after an executive who was eyed as a potential CEO contender announced his departure. Thomas Staggs said he would leave his post as chief operating officer May 6, though he would remain in the company as special advisor to the CEO.
Staggs was widely thought to be the successor to now-CEO Bob Iger, The New York Times reported. Iger will step down in about two years, Disney said in a statement, as the board expands its succession planning.