Disney steering a straight line between financial woes and Republican attacks

Governor Ron DeSantis is gunning for the centenarian entertainment and theme park giant after it rejected his ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill. But returned chief executive Bob Iger is shedding ballast and boosting share prices, making it watertight once more

Bob Iger: the returning chief executive and chairman of the Walt Disney Company has pledged to slash Disney’s costs by $5.5 billion over the next two years. Picture: Getty