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Tag Archives: Michael Eisner
In 2006, Animator Chris Sanders was forced out of Walt Disney Animation Studios when John Lasseter removed him as director of the American Dog movie, which eventually became Bolt. Sanders had previously directed the beautiful and touching Lilo & Stitch … Continue reading
Editor: Don’t forget to enter our giveaway contest for three Disney Documentary DVDs before December 13th. Every once in awhile, you see a Disney movie that is really special. Now, I’m not saying that every Disney movie doesn’t have a … Continue reading
I’ve read a lot of business books in my time, but the one that sticks with me the most is Tom Peter’s revolutionary “In Search of Excellence: Lessons from America’s Best-Run Companies.” The lessons I learned therein have served me … Continue reading
Michael Eisner, who, you may recall, is the former CEO of the Walt Disney Company, has been drafted to run the financially troubled Tribune Company by bankers who aim to take over the company from its current leaders. Eisner, who … Continue reading