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Author Archives: Ken Pellman
We saw Disney Stores rise, expand rapidly, shrink, be sold off, and then reacquired by the Walt Disney Company, and recently it was announced that the stores would get a major overhaul. And bargain hunters have been happy to frequent … Continue reading
There’s a lot of news relating to NBC Universal lately. Soon, Vivendi can change (as in sell some or all) its 20% stake in NBC Universal; the rest is currently owned by General Electric. This is a big reason why Comcast is … Continue reading
Time Warner has been one of Disney’s largest rivals, which in today’s world of media and communications means they have both competed against each other and helped each other. Their films compete with each other at the box office, and … Continue reading
With Disney buying Marvel Entertainment, Time Warner is moving to make better use of Marvel rival DC Comics. Alex Dobuzinskis reports in this Reuters story. In its reorganization of DC Comics, Warner Bros changed the division’s name to DC Entertainment … Continue reading