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Walt Disney Co. may quickly enlarge its Shanghai resort after it opens in late 2015 in order to meet rising demand in the world's most populous country, Chief Financial Officer Jay Rasulo said.
ABC and ESPN are owned by The Walt Disney Co.; CBS is a division of CBS Corp.; Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox; NBC is owned by NBC Universal.
The Walt Disney Company celebrates a new milestone in the history of the corporation, as The Walt Disney Studios, as reported by Janelle Tipton of Disney Post on November 27, has earned a record $4 billion in the worldwide box office in 2013.
Disney's cast members are known for their excellent guest service, but did you know they also donate a significant amount of time and money via the VoluntEARs program.
Trailer: 'Saving Mr. Banks': 'Saving Mr. Banks' tells the back story of how Walt Disney, played by Tom Hanks, persuaded author P.L. Travers, played by Emma Thompson, to let him turn her 'Mary Poppins' into a movie.
Call it unusual casting. No, not the choice of Tom Hanks, for the mustachioed Walt Disney.
The Walt Disney Co. has nearly tripled the amount of profit it is keeping in offshore subsidiaries, saving the company $315 million in U.S. income taxes, new regulatory filings show.
Together, they represent the defining characters and pop culture childhood memories of millions, if not billions.
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Now a California couple who bought the house where Walt Disney was born 112 years ago plans to turn it into a historical site and museum.
The studio reaches a deal with Paramount Pictures to take over distribution duties for the original movies, and the rights to make more.
It has only been a few weeks since the new CEO John Chen has taken over from Thorsten Heins, yet we are starting to see the direction BlackBerry is being steered.
Marvel Television and Netflix announced their partnership Thursday morning and the Pop Culture Recess duo of Matthew Sardo and Gerardo Gonzalez discuss the possibilities.