This excerpt taken from the DIS DEF 14A filed Jan 11, 2006.
Among the executives whose compensation is reported in the Summary Compensation Table, all but Mr. Murphy (prior to April 2005) and Ms. McCarthy were or are employed pursuant to agreements described under Employment Agreements below. Their salaries are shown in the Salary column of the Summary Compensation Table.
During fiscal 2005, Mr. Staggs salary was increased according to the schedule set out in his employment agreement as described below. Mr. Bravermans salary was increased to $800,000 effective October 1, 2004 and to $850,000 effective October 1, 2005, and Ms. McCarthys salary was increased to $485,000 effective upon promotion to her current position. In each of these cases, the salary changes were based on the factors described above under Executive Compensation PoliciesSalaries.
Neither Mr. Eisner nor Mr. Igers salary was changed during the fiscal year, though Mr. Igers salary was adjusted upon adoption of his employment agreement after the end of the fiscal year to provide that the full amount of the salary would be paid on a current basis instead of deferring a portion of his salary as had been the case under his prior employment agreement.
This excerpt taken from the DIS DEF 14A filed Jan 6, 2005.
As in the past, during fiscal year 2004 base salaries for executive officers took into consideration a variety of factors, including:
Among the executives whose compensation is reported in the Summary Compensation Table below, all but Mr. Murphy are employed pursuant to agreements described under Employment Agreements below. Their salaries are shown in the Salary column of the Summary Compensation Table.
Mr. Staggs salary was increased during the year from $875,000 to $950,000, as specified in his employment agreement. During the year, the Committee approved an increase in Mr. Murphys salary from $875,000 to $950,000. In approving the increase, the Committee took into account the factors described above as well as the Committees own assessment of the scope of Mr. Murphys responsibilities and the quality of his leadership in promoting strategic growth.