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Walt Disney Pictures TypeSubsidiary IndustryMotion pictures Founded1983 Headquarters Burbank, CaliforniaBurbank, California, U.S. Owner(s) The Walt Disney Company Parent Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group Website www.disneypict ures.com Walt Disney Studios 500 S. Buena Vista Street Burbank, CA. 91506 Website: http://www.disney.comhttp://www.disney.com CA (818) 560- 1000 FAX (818) 560- 1930
TypePublicPublic (NYSE: DIS)NYSEDIS IndustryConglomerate Founded Los AngelesLos Angeles, California, United States.  (October 16, 1923)CaliforniaUnited States  Founder(s)Walt DisneyWalt Disney and Roy DisneyRoy Disney HeadquartersBurbank, CaliforniaBurbank, California, United StatesUnited States Area servedWorldwide Key people Robert Iger Robert Iger (President & CEO) John E. Pepper, Jr. (Chairman) Steve Jobs (Shareholder & Board Member) Anne Sweeney (President, Disney-ABC Television Group; Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks)PresidentCEO John E. Pepper, Jr.Chairman Steve JobsShareholderBoard Member Anne SweeneyPresidentDisney-ABC Television Group Revenue US$36.1 Billion (FY 2009) US$  Operating income US$5.78 Billion (FY 2009)   Net income US$3.31 Billion (FY 2009)   Total assets US$63.1 Billion (FY 2009)   Total equity US$33.7 Billion (FY 2009)   Employees150,000 (2008)   Divisions Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group Disney Music Group Disney-ABC Television Group Walt Disney Theatrical Radio Disney ESPN Inc.Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group Disney Music Group Disney-ABC Television Group Walt Disney Theatrical Radio Disney ESPN Inc. (majority owner) Disney Interactive Media Group Disney Consumer Products Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Marvel Entertainment Disney Interactive Media Group Disney Consumer Products Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Marvel Entertainment WebsiteDisney.com
Robert Alan "Bob" Iger (born February 10, 1951) is the president and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company. He was named president of the company in 2000, and later succeeded Michael Eisner as chief executive in 2005. Iger oversaw the acquisitions of Pixar in 2006 and of Marvel Entertainment in 2009.chief executive officerThe Walt Disney Company Michael EisnerPixarMarvel Entertainment Robert Iger Born February 10, 1951 (1951-02-10) (age 59) New York Residence Los Angeles, California Nationality American Alma mater Ithaca College Occupation President & CEO of The Walt Disney Company Spouse(s) Willow Bay New YorkLos AngelesCalifornia AmericanAlma materIthaca College PresidentCEO The Walt Disney CompanyWillow Bay No Image Available
Company Background The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries, is a diversified worldwide entertainment company. The Company operates in five segments: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment, Consumer Products and Interactive Media.. Company Function The monarch of this magic kingdom is no man but a mouse -- Mickey Mouse. The Walt Disney Company is the world's largest media conglomerate with assets encompassing movies, television, publishing, and theme parks. Its TV holdings include the ABC television network and 10 broadcast stations, as well as a portfolio of cable networks including ABC Family, Disney Channel, and ESPN (80%-owned). Walt Disney Studios produces films through imprints Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone, and Pixar, while Marvel Entertainment is a top comic book publisher and film producer. In addition, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts operates the company's popular theme parks including Walt Disney World and Disneyland.
The future outlook is looking good. Prices are going up. A good stock to buy definitely. Walt Disney has a lot of Branches and resources. I like everything that has to do with entertainment. I believe making movies with them will leave me good money too.
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