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    You know, I'm a big save disney supporter.
    I am also reading Disney War.
    I don't think Bob Iger is the best choice, BUT I haven't given him a chance.
    Maybe he'll do some good things, get Pixar back, focus on the parks, etc.....

    If anything (in my opinion) we need a new board and NO MICHAEL EISNER!!
    He did some good things with Wells and Katzenberg, but he needs to move on...


    I think the best thing for the Walt Disney Company would be new blood.

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    I agree with the "wait & see" for Bob Iger. I've always sort of though Katzenberg would be a good choice. I doubt if he's interested anymore, though.
    "Yesterday, a man walked up to me and said, 'Isn't it a shame that Walt Disney couldn't be here to see this?' and I said, "He did see this, that's why it's here."
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    First Choice...

    John Lasseter, CEO; Steve Burke, President & COO; - both reporting to the board.

    ..and Judson Green as CFO

    with Andrea Vandekamp (sp?) as Board Chair

    I just don't think you can get any better than that!

    But if the board were going to pick an inside candidate it should have been Dick Cook.

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    Someone with an artist's eye, a sense of humor, grandeur and humility, a feel for the land (all of it, not just L.A. and New York), and the memory it's family that matters. How about Walt Disney?

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    Uh... ME!! Lemme at that company!

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    Roy Disney and Stanley Gold, But only long enough to clean house and get A CEO that knows the Buisness But also CARES, (about more than himself). And place a new board of members that have ideas and are true to the buisness and not just a bunch of fallowing YES MEN, to a self proclaimed god like Iesner and affraid to speak there mind as well as TRUE Ideas,that would benefit the company. WOW What a concept!
    anyhow I've said enough.
    "I may never grow up! Its so over rated."
    But as my kids do grow up, I am Glad they have enjoyed the Disney Magic.


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