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September 30, 2002 | RICHARD VERRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Michael Eisner on Sunday turned to an American in Paris, plucking a 17-year company veteran to head one of highest-profile--and economically challenged--divisions of the lumbering entertainment giant. Crossing the Atlantic to silence naysayers who question the depth of his management ranks, Eisner moved quickly to to fill the hole created by the departure Friday of respected theme parks president Paul Pressler and appointed Euro Disney chief James A.
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September 30, 2002 | RICHARD VERRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Michael Eisner on Sunday turned to an American in Paris, plucking a 17-year company veteran to head one of highest-profile--and economically challenged--divisions of the lumbering entertainment giant. Crossing the Atlantic to silence naysayers who question the depth of his management ranks, Eisner moved quickly to to fill the hole created by the departure Friday of respected theme parks president Paul Pressler and appointed Euro Disney chief James A.
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March 19, 2011 | By Dawn C. Chmielewski, Los Angeles Times
Just days before investors would have their say on Walt Disney Co.'s executive pay, the entertainment giant changed the contracts of its top executives to remove a generous perk that had come under fire from an influential shareholder advisory firm. The company said it would no longer pay the taxes on any severance package for Chief Executive Robert A. Iger and three other senior executives in the event they lost their jobs in a sale or merger of the Burbank entertainment company.
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September 26, 1995
Tom Jacobson has reunited with his former Twentieth Century Fox boss Joe Roth at Walt Disney Co. under an independent production deal. Last week, Jacobson resigned as head of worldwide production at Fox to form his own company. He has now entered a four-year exclusive production agreement to develop and produce movies for the Disney motion pictures group, of which Roth is chairman.
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October 6, 2002 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Enron's Former Chief of Finance Surrenders Andrew S. Fastow, the alleged financial mastermind behind the Enron Corp. scandal, turned himself over to the FBI to face criminal charges that he pocketed millions of dollars while orchestrating a maze of illegal partnerships and secret deals. The development caps a stunning fall for Fastow, 40. Once one of the most respected chief financial officers on Wall Street, he has become a symbol of corporate greed.
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