Disney's chief operating officer Thomas Staggs will leave the position on May 6, according to a statement Monday.
He will stay on through the current fiscal year as a special adviser to CEO Bob Iger, the company said.
From the New York Times:
Over the last year, as Mr. Staggs came under intense scrutiny by Disney’s board, it became clear that at least some board members were not convinced that Mr. Staggs, 55, had the skills required to maintain Disney’s creative momentum. Mr. Staggs and Disney mutually decided to part ways.Tweet
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