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Disney CEO Bob Iger was one of the first people to learn about Steve Jobs' pancreatic cancer back in 2006, a new book about Steve Jobs says.
As Disney's CEO, Iger had fiduciary duty to tell other stakeholders about Jobs' health risk and its potential impact on the deal. The book, "Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader," is due for release on March 24.

But Iger decided not to tell anyone about Jobs' cancer, except for Disney VP Alan Braverman, and the deal ended up going through. And I'm thinking, We're in this post Sarbanes-Oxley world, and Enron, and fiduciary responsibility, and he is going to be our largest shareholder, and I'm now being asked to bury a secret.

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