Shareholders of Walt Disney Co. met earlier this month to vote whether to re-elect the company's board. The entire board was re-elected decisively, snuffing out a potential shareholder dispute.
At issue was a proposal by one investor that would have split the CEO and chairman jobs. Both roles are currently held by the same person, who has been praised for his management of the company. That management resulted in all-time stock records, which may have been responsible for his election to chairman in 2012.