Goldsmith, Jill
May 2005
Daily Variety;5/10/2005, Vol. 287 Issue 28, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the move of shareholders Roy Disney and Stanley Gold to file a complaint against Walt Disney Co. on charges of the failure of the board members to conduct a good-faith search for a new CEO in the Delaware Chancery Court. Accusation of Disney and Gold that the selection process precluded serious and effective consideration of external candidates; Response of the company on the complaint; Claim of Disney and Gold that the company used resources to promote Bob Iger's candidacy as the new CEO.


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