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Walt Disney Fortune 500 TURBO Report

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Walt Disney Fortune 500 TURBO Report

Last updated: H1 2020

The Walt Disney Company
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
United States
Phone: (818)-560-1000
Website: http://www.thewaltdisneycompany.com
Sector: Consumer Cyclical
Industry: Media - Diversified
Full Time Employees: 201,000

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  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Alan Bergman Co-Chairman, The Walt Disney Studios The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Alan Braverman Senior executive vice president, general counsel and secretary The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Alan F. Horn Co-Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, the Walt Disney Studios The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Bob Chapek Chairman of parks, experiences and products The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Brent Woodford Executive vice president, controllership, financial planning and tax The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Christine M. Mccarthy Senior executive vice president and CFO The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
James Pitaro President of ESPN and co-chair, Disney media networks The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Jayne Parker Senior executive vice president and chief human resources officer The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Jonathan S. Headley Senior vice president, treasurer and corporate real estate The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Kevin Mayer Chairman of direct-to-consumer and international The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Lowell Singer Senior vice president, investor relations The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Peter Rice Chairman, Walt Disney television and co-chair, Disney media networks The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Robert A. Iger Chairman and CEO The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Zenia Mucha Senior executive vice president and chief communications officer The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com



THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Derica W. Rice Executive Vice President of CVS Health and President of CVS Caremark The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Francis A. Desouza President and CEO of Illumina, Inc. The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Maria Elena Lagomasino CEO and Managing Partner of WE Family Offices and Director of the Coca-Cola Company The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Mark G. Parker President, CEO, and Chairman of NIKE, Inc. The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Mary T. Barra Chairman of General Motors Company and CEO of General Motors The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Michael Froman Vice Chairman and President, Strategic Growth at Mastercard Incorporated The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Robert A. Iger Chairman and CEO The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Safra A. Catz CEO of Oracle Corporation The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com
Susan E. Arnold Director of NBTY, Inc. The Walt Disney Company *****@disney.com

 

7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT WALT DISNEY

Disney shares fall after earnings miss

  • Disney blamed the earnings miss on the ongoing integration of Fox’s entertainment assets, which it acquired in a $71 billion deal that closed in March.
  • The company blamed the increased losses on Hulu and increased investments in ESPN+ and Disney+ streaming services.
  • Disney+ is slated to launch in November at a cost of $6.99 per month, or $69.99 per year. The service will feature content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and more.


Disney Exec Steps Down

  • Janice Marinelli announced that she will step down from her role as President of Global Content Sales & Distribution for The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer & International (DTCI) segment, ending a 34-year career at the media giant.


More Disney Layoffs Sees Fox Marketing & PR Execs Shown The Door

  • Just under two months after the Walt Disney Company officially took control of the majority of Fox’s film and TV assets in a seismic $71.3 billion deal, another round of lay-offs are slicing through Burbank and over on Pico Boulevard.
  • The Disney-Fox deal is expected to generate $2 billion in cost synergies by 2021, Disney has said.
  • In the case of the growing House of Mouse media empire, there are several thousand of cuts expected overall before the integration of the Fox assets is complete.


Disney takes control of Fox

  • The Walt Disney Company officially took control of the majority of Fox’s film and TV assets in a seismic $71.3 billion deal.


Shareholders Elect Nine Directors at The Walt Disney Company Annual Meeting in March

  • Based on preliminary results, all Disney Directors standing for election were elected to the Board: Susan E. Arnold, Mary T. Barra, Safra A. Catz, Francis A. deSouza, Michael Froman, Robert A. Iger, Maria Elena Lagomasino, Mark G. Parker, and Derica W. Rice.


Disney will soon have three video streaming services

  • Disney is now building three streaming services and intends to compete directly against Netflix.
  • Disney will soon have a majority ownership of Hulu and recently launched ESPN+.
  • Disney+ will be the flagship streaming service and is slated to launch in the back half of 2019.


Disney IT Facts

  • The Walt Disney Company has created a new Big Data Platforms group within Disney Direct-To-Consumer and International (DTCI) technology to innovate, create, and succeed in enabling a Direct to Consumer Strategy for ESPN, Disney and ABC products.
  • The Walt Disney Company operationalizes its peta-byte scale batch & stream processing platform which uses multiple distributed systems such as Apache Kafka, Kafka Streams, Apache Cassandra, Apache Druid.