The Slow-Burning Success of Disney’s Bob Iger

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Bob Iger is Disney's famed CEO. He took over the top spot in the House of Mouse in 2005 and since then has taken the company to heights he admits he never imagined. He has spearheaded bold moves including buying Pixar and Marvel (which will likely go down as some of the best M&A ever), remaking Disney classics into live action, and is now transitioning the company into digital with Disney+. The crazy thing is, according to his new book 'The Ride of a Lifetime', Bob Iger was never supposed to be Bob Iger. This piece by Maureen Dowd is a great look into "Hollywood’s nicest C.E.O.".

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