Well, you could get another 15 years of budget cuts and sub par attractions and movies, for starters. Eisner's retirement is a chance for Disney to breath new life and excitement into the company. Iger is status quo.
But who knows, perhaps he is some sort of miracle worker who just didn't know how to stand up to Eisner.
“The press [should be] a watchdog. Not an attack dog. Not a lapdog. A watchdog. Now, a watchdog can't be right all the time. He doesn't bark only when he sees or smells something that's dangerous. A good watchdog barks at things that are suspicious.” – Dan Rather
True. But the WDC is a business and im frankly shocked that they have spent as much as they have on DL with little return.It's great. Orville thinks Eisner is trying to quickly clean things up and turn everything around so no one would ever want him gone. The company would be doing too well. Basically the whole theme park business model is in the dumps. they need to reinvent the business so it can maintain itself. We love that Matt..
"As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963
Iger has image problems, in a big way. He is seen as either a puppet, or cronie, a wallflower, etc. Nothing that really stands out, and definitely not seen as a strong leader. He's spent too much time kissing the boss's behind to stand out as a viable candidate. People would be very suspicious if he was picked- he's got the stench of Eisner on him.
hello no....... What we need is someone who works for the fun of it.. you know how Steve jobs takes little cash... what a dollar a month or day to work as CEO of pixar and Apple... howabout Disney to... Apple can become Disney's official computer in what 8 years... (HP still has a contract..)