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Disney raises the bar for CEO's stock bonus in response to shareholders

Walt Disney Co. just raised the bar for Chairman and Chief Executive Bob Iger to earn his big pay day.

Disney on Monday said it had made an agreement with Iger, 67, to change his stock-based compensation to more closely reflect the success of the Burbank media giant's share price following its acquisition of much of 21st Century Fox Inc.

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