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Page entitled : Michael Eisner - paradox of the best paid and worst rated CEO

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How Disney's fortunes turned while CEO Michael Eisner received a record payday, yielding no inch to the shareholders until his eventual demise.

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... by the time Michael Eisner cashed in his record $589 million 1998 compensation, including $570 million through the exercise of stock options, the Walt Disney Company’s era of exceptional growth was over. The share price peaked in April 1998 just before a split and fell over 40% thereafter, as critical Wall Street analysts felt that the ABC takeover had effectively hampered Disney’s growth ...


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