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Barring a last minute intervention from Dr. Octopus, the merger between the Walt Disney Company and Marvel is now complete. Yes, you can now buy Marvel product at the Disney Store online. (Actually, it really be complete when the Boys … Continue reading
The string of closures impacting Disney Stores across North America continues. This time a store in Fort Wayne, Indiana gets the axe. This appears to be part of a strategy by The Disney Stores to take advantage of the down … Continue reading
Come join the Disney Stores for the “I Love Mickey” celebration this February where you can find lovable new Mickey and Minnie products for under $20.00. The Disney Store will host activities all month long to celebrate the world’s most … Continue reading
TheStreet.com TV has an insightful interview with Simon Waters, vice president and general manager, Disney Consumer Products North America. Waters explores how vast and varied the company’s product lines now are. What I would have liked to see covered is … Continue reading