Who Owned Pixar

Pixer is an Animation studio also known as “pixar” for its commercially and critically successful computer-animated feature films.

Ultimately, Disney bought Pixar for $7.4 billion in 2006. Jobs became a member of Disney's board and the largest shareholder of the company.

After Steve Jobs's death his wife Laurene Powell Jobs inherited the 138 million Disney shares he owned.

Steve Jobs is the owner of Pixar (1986–2006) and Now The Walt Disney Company is the owner of this company. 

Who is the Owner  of Pixer?

Pixer is headquartered at 1200 Park Avenue, Emeryville, California, U.S., and Jim Morris and Pete Docter are key people of Pixar.

Bob Iger who is the CEO of Disney When become the CEO so he had a risky idea: to buy Pixar in 2005.

Pixar and Disney had a joint venture to co-produce Pixar’s films, including blockbusters like “Monsters, Inc.” “Finding Nemo,” and “Toy Story.”

Steve Jobs who is the founder of Apple and Pixar had said that the relationship between Pixar and Disney was ending because the companies couldn’t agree on a distribution deal in 2004.

John Lasseter the CEO of Pixar animation studio is an American film director, producer,  animator, voice actor, and the head of the animation at Skydance Animation.

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