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Disney investors had plenty to cheer this past year, as the entertainment juggernaut posted healthy revenue growth in its parks and resorts and movie divisions in fiscal 2018 (overall revenue was $59.4 billion, an increase of nearly 8% from the year before), and unleashed a slew of box office hits, from Black Panther to Incredibles 2. Now, shareholders—and many consumers—are awaiting the launch of the company’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+, and the influx of content the company inherited with its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, which finally closed in March. But that doesn’t mean everything is running smoothly at the happiest place on earth. There’s been growing scrutiny on CEO Bob Iger’s $65.7 million annual salary, and even with the new streaming service, it could take Disney a long time to catch up to rivals like Netflix.

Company Info

Figures are for fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2018., Acquired Twenty-First Century Fox (2018 rank: 104), March 20, 2019.
Robert A. Iger
CEO Title
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
HQ Location
Burbank, Calif.
Years on Fortune 500 List25

Walt Disney Rank History


Key Financials (Last Fiscal Year)

$ millions% change
Revenues ($M)$59,434.07.8%
Profits ($M)$12,598.040.3%
Assets ($M)$98,598.0-
Total Stockholder Equity ($M)$48,773.0-

Profit Ratios

Profit as % of Revenues21.2%
Profits as % of Assets12.8%
Profits as % of Stockholder Equity25.8%

Earnings Per Share (Last Fiscal Year)

Earnings Per Share ($)8.36
EPS % Change (from 2017)46.9%
EPS % Change (5 year annual rate)19.9%
EPS % Change (10 year annual rate)13.9%

Total Return

Total Return to Investors (2018)3.5%
Total Return to Investors (5 year, annualized)9.0%
Total Return to Investors (10 year, annualized)18.7%