Working for the Walt Disney Company is a sweet gig – if you're running the joint. Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger's total compensation for fiscal 2018, which ended on September 30, was $ 65.6 million, according to a recent SEC filing.
That's over an 80% increase from 2017, when he earned $ 36.2 million. The salary breakdown is as follows: $ 2.9 million (salary), $ 8.3 million (options), $ 18 million (non-equity bonus compensation), and $ 35.3 million (stock award for contract extension and the 21st Century Fox deal). When the Fox deal closes and if it achieves certain performance levels, the Walt Disney's stock award could reach $ 150 million.
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