This is probably going to be a tough question I'm about to ask, so I'm probably going to have to tread carefully so as not to offend anyone: with all these threads and posts and whatnot that seem to be always going after someone corporate simply because they don't seem to see eye-to-eye with the fans or Walt's ways, I finally decided to get it off my chest...
In 1984, the company was on the verge of being broken up and sold off by corporate raiders, such as Saul Steinberg. However, Roy E. Disney brought in Michael Eisner (and Frank Wells) to save the company. Since then, however, especially after 1994, thanks to Eisner, fans seem to have thought that the company had sold the ways of Walt down the river and that now no one in the company cares about its history anymore.
So I can't help but wonder, would it have been better to exist with Eisner, or not to exist, thanks to Steinberg?
Like I said, I apologize if my thread comes off as offensive, but I just needed to get this off my chest.