In an interview with WESH TV Michael Chartrand talks about his return to work after being acquitted of Molestation charges. Sunday, he had another pleasant experience -- he returned to Walt Disney World, where he was greeted by friends, co-workers and park visitors. The article mentions new procedures for the walk around characters as a
Disney announced their 3rd quarter earnings report last night (you can listen to it here) and seemed generally optimistic about the future. The New York Times isn't so sure. But CNNMoney Magazine thinks that Eisner has managed to steady his rocking ship and is poised for some growth. Of course, SaveDisney.com's Roy E. Disney and
The Orlando Sentinel reports that Disney has been considering getting into the cell phone business. The Disney brand and the ESPN brand look to be the likely choices. ESPN-brand cell phones and service plans could be tailored to individual sports teams, allowing users to view sports scores, news and video clips, said Robert Entner, an
Rumors continue to float regarding Pixar's choice for a distribution partner for its films after 'Cars' when its current contract runs out with Disney. Variety's latest story indicates that Pixar is in a much better position than many had previously thought. With the ability to self finance their next films in development, Pixar begins to
With this deal Eisner will be able to keep Miramax and eat his cake too? Can Eisner pull it off? Walt Disney Co. and its Miramax Films unit, which is run by Harvey and Bob Weinstein, are expected to meet this week to discuss letting Harvey Weinstein start a production company and his brother remain
Business Week Magazine does some analysis of the revenue machine that is The Mouse. Frolicking kids and free-spending parents will make Disney's theme parks the biggest growth driver this year, figure most analysts I don't know what oracle those analysts have been consulting, but the word I hear is that attendance is light at the