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Tag Archives: 2011
The days of Michael Eisner’s $200 million plus compensation package is long gone. The new Disney board has tied compensation closer to performance on the job. But when you’re Disney CEO you still earn based on the overall company’s performance. … Continue reading
At Disney’s Animal Kingdom today we spotted this nice looking jacket. The price was a little out of our range, but it looked warm and comfy. Flipping it over, we noticed a nice embossed looking logo on the back: Who … Continue reading
I was going to write a long introductory paragraph, link to part 1, and then maybe do a little song and dance number. But forget that. Let’s get right to part two of the Magic Kingdom Update from December 19, … Continue reading
Tom Bricker, whose Disneyland Christmas Timelapse Video we posted earlier, is back with a timelapse photography look at Walt Disney World during the merriest season. There’s a lot to fit into under 3 minutes, but he really captured a lot … Continue reading