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Speculation about who will replace Bob Iger might just have to wait. The Disney CEO and Chair has extended his contract through June 30, 2018. It had been thought that either Jay Rasulo (current CFO and former Disney Parks Chair) … Continue reading
Financially, this last quarter may have been a bit rougher than The Walt Disney Company forecasted, but things are alright now. At least according to CFO Jay Rasulo. One of the things new studio boss Alan Horn has been doing … Continue reading
As a big Disney fan, and someone who studied business in college, I love reading about the inner workings of The Walt Disney Company. (When Tom Staggs and Jay Rasulo flipped roles, that was a big deal in my world.) Before, … Continue reading
Jason Garcia at the Orlando Sentinel has a talk with Jay Rasulo about his time as head of the Walt Disney Parks & Resorts division. Sadly it’s a bit of a one sided fluff piece. Rasulo said his approach was … Continue reading