Disney Chief Bob Iger Earns $31.4 Million in 2011

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Disney CEO Bob Iger's compensation in fiscal 2010 rose 24%, outpacing gains in the company's net income, revenue and the stock price. Iger's salary, stock, options and various bonuses totaled $29.6 million in the fiscal year that ended Oct. 2, up from $23.9 million a year earlier. The exec also racked up more than $754,000 in fees associated with security and personal air travel.

The CEO's compensation rises 12 percent year over year, a heftier boost than most of the other top executives.

Disney CEO Bob Iger earned $31.4 million in total compensation in 2011, about 12 percent more than the year before and a 45 percent boost over what he earned in 2009.

Disney disclosed Iger’s compensation in a regulatory filing on Friday.

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According to the filing, Iger earned $3 million in fixed compensation, $15.5 million in performance-based bonuses and an annual equity award of $12.9 million.

Jay Rasulo, Disney’s CFO, earned $9.9 million in 2011, up from $9.6 million a year earlier.

General counsel and senior executive vp Alan Braverman made $6.9 million, up from $6.6 million while executive vp corporate strategy and business development Kevin Mayer saw his compensation fall to $3.6 million from $4.1 million a year earlier.

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Jayne Parker, executive vp and chief human resources officer, enjoyed the heftiest year-over-year boost, taking in $3.1 million in 2011, up 15 percent compared to a year earlier.

Total compensation for the five officers was $54.9 million, up 8 percent year over year.

Disney also announced Friday that its annual meeting of shareholders will be held March 13 at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri.