I think after ten years he will turn out like Eisner and I see this whole process starting all over again.
I think that he is already a lot different than Eisner. He wants to be less of a face figure which in my mind means he doesn't want to think he's Walt Disney reincarnated. I'm in a wait and see mode right now.
Tricia Jones:When are men going to learn that women want ROMANCE, not Mr. Toad's Wild Ride...
Brodie: Hey, now, be fair. EVERYONE wants Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.
I expect he'll keep things just the same as they were under Eisner.
I hope I'm wrong.
My sentiments exactly.
Well, Eisner did do one thing that I think was great-he got Disney a ton of money. Now the real issue is where the money is going to go. I don't think Eisner used the gained money properly. Use the massive earnings to create more quality.
Iger has possibly been brainwashed about "the company's" bottom line for making money. I'm hoping that that has not been the case, but it very well may be. I don't think I can really judge the guy just yet. I'm hoping that he'll be able to take a step back and look at everything, not just one aspect of the company.
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