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Disney

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Abril Espiosa

on 11 January 2018

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Competitors in the same industry.(Top 5)
Disney
Demographics of CEO's
32 of the companies, or 6.4 percent, were run by female CEO's,
62.2 percent are Caucasian men,
24.3% are Caucasian are women,
1.3% are Hispanic women,

2.6% are Hispanic men,
1.5% are Black women,
1.6% are Black men.


It is a American based corporations
Robert A. Iger: 2000-July 2, 2019.
Robert Iger's income $43.9 million annual

How has ‘Global Industrialization and capitalism’ made an impact on big business worldwide?


Endorsement Deals
NBA Magic jersey
Founders Of Disney
Walt Disney & Roy O. Disney
Walt Disney studio was founded in Los Angeles, on October 16, 1923
Disney rank number it's fifty-two from the 500 corporation
Facts About Disney


Walt Disney was the voice of Mickey Mouse.
On October 16, 1923, was the start of the Disney company first known as “The Disney Brothers Studio”.
December 16, 1929: Disney brothers’ partnership is replaced by four companies.
July 17, 1955 Opening of Disneyland.
The first Mickey Mouse book was published in 1930.

Mickey Mouse Evolution
By: Abril & Britney
The industrial revolution brought new big business to the United States and the world since the 19th Century. The industrial revolution created new technologies and new methods of mass production of goods as well. Therefore, corporations would emerge and create a booming economy under capitalism.

Disney Financial
In 2016, corporation Revenue: $23.69 billion
Annual Advertising Expenses: $2 billion
Cashier wage in Disneyland and Disney world its between 10.4o
& $9.90/hour
Fortune 500
Fortune 500 corporations are the most successful businesses in America, in respect to revenue


Top 5 corporation of the Fortune 500
Walmart
Berkshire Hathaway
Apple
Exxon Mobil
McKesson

Fun Facts
The First Disneyland Admission Ticket Ever Sold was purchased for US$1 in 1955.
When Disney released "Princess and the Frog" in 2009, 50 children in the U.S. were hospitalized with salmonella from kissing frogs.
Selfie sticks are banned from all Disney theme parks.
Robert Iger CEO
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