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Bob Iger Promises to Step Down as Disney CEO

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In 2022, Disney’s Board of Directors announced that CEO Bob Chapek had been fired and that former (and very popular) CEO Bob Iger would be returning to lead the struggling company. After news of his return broke, Iger sent out a heartfelt message to Disney employees, saying, “I am in awe of your accomplishments, and I am excited to embark ...

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Bob Iger, Listen Up: Disney Parks are the Solution to This Big Problem

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Recently, an outlet asserted that the solution to the Mouse House’s “shared universe” problem lies with the Walt Disney Company’s theme parks. Disney’s problems have become so well-known and so widespread that many are jumping in to give their two cents about how the company should handle its business. Earlier this year, during one of the earnings calls, an analyst ...

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Disney Allegedly Continues Politically Correct Purge With Removal of ‘The Aristocats’

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The Walt Disney Company ventured into the streaming industry by launching its own service, Disney+, in 2019. In a highly competitive market, where viewers have various options like Netflix, Peacock, and Apple, Disney+ aimed to offer a unique streaming experience. However, despite being a late entrant, Disney+ lacked in its content offerings compared to its competitors. To everyone’s surprise, Disney, ...

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‘Oppenheimer’ Director Underlines Disney’s BIG Problem

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Director of the summer hit Oppenheimer—Christopher Nolan—made some recent comments that highlight one of the biggest problems with Disney at the moment. The Walt Disney Company has had a challenging year when it comes to its cinematic releases. Many of the company’s releases have fallen flat with audiences, with most movies from their summer lineup disappointing audiences. In addition, this ...

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Disney Announces Plans to Cut Costs Once Again by BILLIONS

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After cutting costs by $7.5 billion in 2023, Disney is continuing on its mission to drop its expenditure in 2024 and they’re reducing costs by billions. The Walt Disney Company has had a tough 2023; there’s no doubt about it. The entire year has been spent cleaning up the mess that former Disney CEO Bob Chapek left in his wake ...

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More Evidence of a Possible Apple Disney Partnership Emerges

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While rumors of Apple buying the Walt Disney Company are constantly contested, the tech giant is a likely buyer for another Disney-owned asset. For a few months now, the company Needham and analyst Laura Martin have argued that a Disney-Apple merger is on the cards. The analysts have shared previously that a merger between the tech giant and the entertainment ...

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Disney STEALS High Level Executive from One of World’s Biggest Companies

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Is Disney’s new CFO here to stay? The Walt Disney Company has finally announced its new CFO after former Walt Disney Company CFO Christine McCarthy was unceremoniously booted off the gig, and months of the position being filled temporarily by Kevin Lansberry. It seems that the Walt Disney Company is slowly entering a period of some level of normalcy. After ...

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Disney FINALLY Back on Track? Company Instates New Chief Diversity Officer

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After the sudden departure of former Chief Diversity Officer Latondra Newton, Disney has filled the role once again with senior executive Tinisha Agramonte. The Walt Disney Company, a renowned entertainment conglomerate, has experienced a period of significant transformation and adjustment that is gradually finding stability. The series of changes within the company commenced with the departure of the former Disney ...

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Critics Slam Disney’s “Wokeism” and Bob Iger: Too Late to “Quiet the Noise”

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While Disney CEO Bob Iger might want to try and “quiet the noise,” many critics feel it’s too little, too late, and that the damage has been done. For months now, the Mouse House has been on the receiving end of much backlash and criticism for its alleged “pandering to woke audiences.” Some Disney fans have expressed their frustration with ...

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After 42 Months, Do We Even Care if Disney Brings This Back?

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It appears that it’s “too little, too late” when it comes to Walt Disney World’s most recent comeback. Since the phased reopening of Walt Disney World from the pandemic, guests have seen a very staggered approach to the return of certain theme park experiences. Character meet and greets, parades, and Fantasmic! were slow to come back to the Florida theme ...

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