In case you missed the big Disney news this week — Bob Chapek has stepped down as CEO and has been replaced with former CEO Bob Iger.
The news came out on Sunday night, and since then, we’ve heard a lot of news about why this decision was made and what things may look like going forward. Now, it looks like we’ll soon have some more answers about the future of The Walt Disney Company.
Theme park reporter Scott Gustin shared on Twitter that Bob Iger has apparently called an employee Town Hall to discuss the future and answer questions about the direction he plans to take the company.
Disney CEO Bob Iger will host an employee Town Hall on Monday (Nov. 28) at 12 pm ET to discuss the future of the company and answer questions “as we build on Disney's legacy of creativity, innovation, and inspiration,” according to a company memo.
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) November 23, 2022
The memo went out to employees of the company. The meeting will be hosted on Monday, November 28th at 12PM ET. It will be interesting to see what the CEO shares during the meeting and if there are any major changes in policy for Disney.
We’ll make sure to keep you updated with any more news about this meeting or any announcements we can glean from it, so stay tuned. We’ll be following the situation with the change in CEO closely to give you any pertinent details.
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