Posted Wednesday, January 21, 2004 8:02 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Roy E. Disney got a standing ovation Saturday as he brought his campaign to oust Walt Disney Co. chairman and chief executive Michael Eisner to lovers of all things Disney at the Disneyana convention in California. Disney said management decisions have dulled the creative edge of the entertainment giant.
Read more from AP via The Macon Telegraph.
The Disney family gave control to Eisner long ago when they hired him. If Eisner was not brought in, the outcome may have led to a Disney-chapter 11 with the way they flushed money down the toilet on park projects while totally forgetting how to make a movie that broke even.
Anyhow, it is what it is, Roy wants to run the show again, and I am curious who else in the family has the stones or knowledge to run a multi-billion dollar venture of a global park system (new term) and a media giant.
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