Well apparently Iger's election will have more dissent then the few nays of individual shareholders. CalSTRS the second largest pension fund in the country has announced it will vote its $5.4 million shares against Iger and the current board. Its complaint is one that it has had for along time with Disney and that is the issues regarding is Corporate Governance and pay not his performance as CEO.For full details here is the LA Times story:http://www.latimes.com/business/money/la-fi-mo-teachers-pens...Moe
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