Disney CEO Bob Iger announces a town hall with employees

Disney ceo bob iger announces a town hall with employees

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CNBC’s Alex Sherman joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the latest announcement from DIsney CEO Bob Iger about a town hall meeting with employees next Monday.

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