Walt.Disney.Ppt

Topics: Executive compensation, Board of directors, Chief executive officer Pages: 19 (6284 words) Published: August 29, 2013
The Walt Disney Company
DIS found that “ISS has again substituted its opinion for the studied analysis and judgment of the Board as to the compensation that was appropriate to secure Mr. Iger’s services for the Company through mid-2016.” DIS attacks the peer group selected by ISS as well as the return on DIS stock during the tenure of its CEO compared to that of the S&P 500 index and four media company peers. DIS indicates that its CEO’s pay was completely in line with the compensation paid to the CEOs of its five media peers. DIS also emphasized that no up-front grants were given to the CEO to extend his tenure as CEO and that 90% of the potential value of his compensation package is in the form of performance-based bonus, performance-based RSUs and options. DEFA14A 1 d310012ddefa14a.htm DEFINITIVE ADDITIONAL MATERIALS ________________________________________

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Commencing March 1, 2012, The Walt Disney Company sent the following communication to certain shareholders. RE: The Walt Disney Company Supplementary Proxy Material
We write with respect to the ISS Proxy Report you may have seen regarding the proposals to be voted on at The Walt Disney Company annual shareholder meeting. Over the past year, the Company’s Board of Directors made careful, critical decisions about one of the most important responsibilities that a Board has to its shareholders: who should be the Company’s CEO and what succession process will lead to the greatest long term success and stability for the corporation. The independent members of the Board unanimously decided to retain Mr. Iger for...
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