Disney and fox are, in a sense, moving towards the normal state before the new crown epidemic: both companies have restored the pay of most executives affected by temporary pay cuts during the outbreak, according to people familiar with the matter. Fox ended a 15% pay cut for its vice president and above executives on July 30, according to a report. “The sacrifices they have made in the past few months have allowed the company to continue to protect the salaries and benefits of full-time employees,” the company said At the same time, it is reported that Disney will also end its temporary pay cut. In April, the company cut salaries for executives at and above the vice president level by 20%, senior vice president level by 25% and executive vice president level by 30%. Bob Iger, Disney’s executive chairman and former CEO, had previously announced that he would give up his salary, while Bob chapek, the new CEO, would cut his salary by 50%. EAG has long been one of the highest paid executives in the entertainment and media industries. His income in 2019 was $47.5 million, down from $65.6 million in 2018.