The head of The Walt Disney Co. received a 20 percent raise from 2011 to 2012, collecting $40.23 million in compensation last year, the company said.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert Iger's raise coincided with a 76 percent rise in Disney stock for fiscal year 2012, which ran Oct. 2, 2011, to Sept. 29, 2012, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday.
Iger's compensation last year included $2.5 million in salary, $574,331 for security, $190,439 for personal air travel, and the rest in stocks, awards and bonuses.
Disney CFO James Rasulo got a raise from $11.07 million to $12.2 million. Alan Braverman, general counsel and senior executive vice president, went from $7.8 million to $8.3 million. Executive Vice President Kevin Mayer got $4.2 million, up from $3.9 million, and Jayne Parker, chief human resources officer, was paid $4 million, up from $3.6 million the year before.
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