- Disney announced a 30-cent dividend, reinstating the shareholder payout after a pause that begin in 2020 due to pandemic closures of movie theaters, theme parks and cruises.
- Activist investor Ancora sent Disney shareholders a letter encouraging a board seat for Nelson Peltz, who holds a $2.5 billion stake.
- Ancora criticized Disney's governance, succession planning, and value destruction, calling for shareholder-driven change.
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