Abigail Disney, the heir to the Disney fortune, has been a vocal critic of income inequality and what she sees as a gross disparity in pay between CEO Bob Iger and the average worker at the Walt Disney
(CNN) — She may be the best known and the most vocal, but Abigail Disney is far from the only heir to a well-known fortune who has spoken out about the perils of income inequality. Other members of prominent,
Two days after Abigail Disney publicly criticized working conditions at Disney’s famed theme parks, the entertainment giant is hitting back with a sharply worded criticism of its own, calling her undercover
This Heir to the Disney Fortune Went 'Undercover' to See How Workers Are Treated at Disneyland. (Her Report: 'I Was So Livid')
Abigail Disney might the most interesting wealthy person in America who didn't actually earn her own money. At the least, she's one of the most vocal. Recently, she revealed that she went "undercover,"
LOS ANGELES — Walt Disney’s grandniece Abigail Disney, a critic of income inequality in general and the Walt Disney Company’s pay practices in particular, castigated the conglomerate anew on Monday, saying
New York (CNN Business) — The pay gap between CEOs and their employees is huge and getting bigger. In fact, Americans may have grown accustomed to the idea that C-suite executives would take home tens
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New York (CNN) — Disneyland calls itself "The Happiest Place on Earth," but family heiress Abigail Disney said she found workers struggling when she recently visited the park. In an interview with Yahoo
Topline: Abigail Disney (grandniece of Walt) and a high-profile critic of the wage gap at Disney between its executives and its workers, told CNN she is “so livid” at Disneyland worker conditions and out
Disney heiress Abigail Disney says she was ‘livid’ about worker conditions at theme park after going undercover
Walt Disney Co. heiress Abigail Disney said “The Happiest Place on Earth” isn’t bringing joy to theme park employees. Disney revealed to Yahoo! News’ “Through Her Eyes” that she recently went undercover