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Tag Archives: Corporate
Businessweek recently conducted an interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger during which the recent extreme makeover of Disney California Adventure was a centerpiece. What I found interesting about the interview was how candid Iger was about some of the things … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Company is pretty much the definition of a far-flung company. It has outlets in every corner of the world, fingers in every part of the media pie, and does retail, themeparks, and other forms of travel like … Continue reading
The Disney Institute started as a dream of Michael Eisner that guests coming to the resort would carve out a bit of their time to learn something of they way Disney crafts its magic brand. Turns out, not so much. … Continue reading
Bob Billingslea is the Walt Disney Co.’s vice president of corporate urban affairs, which puts him in charge of the company’s minority-outreach efforts. He’s been active in the community and the Urban League and has served the mouse and the … Continue reading