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Robert Allen Iger (; born February 10, 1951) is an American business executive who is Executive Chairman of The Walt Disney Company. He was CEO from 2005 to 2020. Before working for Disney, Iger served as the President of ABC Television from 1994 to 1995, and as President/COO of Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. from 1995 until Disney's acquisition of the company in 1996.

Maddox mentioned, "Honestly, Bob Iger is the worst CEO Disney got, he is trying to monetize and censor Disney into a corporate pig group, Walt Would NOT like it."


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T-bone says

"Bob Iger sucks for buying off George Lucas\'s outlines on the Star Wars sequels and then basically tossing them into the trashcan. Together with the chief creative officer Alan Horn, the company senior executive vice president Alan Braverman, JJ Abrams, Kathy and the rest of the mob he had already decided the outline of the sequels plot and in an effort of make-belief made this purchase, so Lucas would stay calm and think they would use his stories for the movies. Essentially they tricked him, they stripped him off of his child and humiliated him, by shitting all over his creation (which argueably is his life\'s work) with a stupid, watered-down and uncreative plot and dishonoring George Lucas\'s legacy. It\'s clear that Disney wanted to make as much money as possible with the sequels and do not at all care about the quality of the story. As long as everything is flashy, shiny, has big explosions and characters die, defying a stories logic is ok and that is their standard. It\'s also evident that obviously some people surrounding Iger had to feed their neurotic egos by insiting on giving the stories their own benchmarks. You don\'t just take something that isn\'t yours treat it like shit. you are borrowing a story (even if it is baught) that never was your own creation, so you treat that with care, because it\'s the right thing to do. It\'s decent."