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Walt Disney Seems Intent on Making the Same Mistake Twice

Walt Disney Seems Intent on Making the Same Mistake Twice

It's something Walt Disney did to Michael Eisner, but in that case, the company had a clear successor in place in Bob Iger. In Iger's case, the CEO was essentially forced to step aside for Bob Chapek because of his age and sort of arbitrary Disney historical policies. You can argue that was the case when Iger replaced Eisner (and history now shows that you would have been correct).