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Last week, Forbes published a list of "America's Most Innovative Leaders" but readers had to scroll all the way down to number 75 to find the only woman on the list.
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Opening a permanent paean to the NBA at Disney World, where so many visitors come from outside America, is the latest step in the NBA's global push.
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Marvel revealed "Phase 4" of its Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it looks sure to keep Disney dominant at the box office.
Netflix, Disney, Sony and more are issuing statements threatening to stop filming projects in Georgia if the law takes effect.
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Disney was expected to post a year-over-year decline in top- and bottom-line results as it continues to invest in its direct-to-consumer business segment.
Billionaire Jeffrey Gundlach hit out at Beto O'Rourke as a 'snowflake,' and called Elizabeth Warren a 'tornado of anger and insincerity.'
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GAMCO CEO Mario Gabelli, the legendary value investor, disagrees with the assertion that Disney CEO Bob Iger is overpaid.