Posted Wednesday, February 7, 2018 10:45 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Attendance at Disney’s domestic theme parks and resorts jumped 6 percent in the first quarter that ended in December as the division exceeded analysts’ expectations by generating $5.2 billion in revenue — an all-time quarterly high for the division, the company said. The company disclosed “a $1.6 billion one-time net tax benefit” from the new tax law.
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Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded.
The war on poor people continues...
I’m sure they’ll trickle that 1.6b down to their underpaid employees.
And some people think that Universal is hurting their attendance..
As far as tax break money, I am still waiting for them to hike their dividend up. Wheres my cut of the profit?
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