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Robert Iger, Walt Disney Co.'s Chief Executive Officer, arrives at a Morgan meeting on Thursday, July 12, 2018, at the Allen & Co. Media and Technology Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, USA. 19659004] Disney boss Bob Iger said he will definitely resign from his post in the company in 2021.
Iger extended his contract with Disney twice during his tenure. Once in 2018 and then until 2021, but it depended on the Fox deal. After the merger, Iger will remain in the company as a senior executive for the next two years.
[ I've been working with the board for quite some time and there are discussions about succession planning and you're involved in a follow-up process, "said Iger." And we still think they can recognize my successor in time To help make this business move smoothly. "
Iger has been involved in many acquisitions of Disney, including Pixar in 2006, Marvel in 2009, and Lucasfilm in 2012. He has also been driving the launch of Disney +, a streaming service Service filled with original films and TV shows as well as Disney's classic animation and live action content.
There were rumors that Disney's internal restructuring was taking place last month, and two top executives were founded as possible successors to Iger.  Kevin Mayer, 55, head of the company's strategy, has been appointed chairman of a new direct client and inter appointed national segment. And Robert Chapek, 58, Parkleiter, added consumer goods to his mistake.
The former Consumer Goods Director, James Pitaro, 48, has been named Chief of ESPN, but is considered a far-reaching CEO.