Does Disney need to be fixed?

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During the nearly three hours senior Disney executives took to outline their plans for growth at the shareholder meeting last week, many shareholders abandoned the hall to see how many people would withhold their votes from Eisner as Roy Disney had asked them to. That disconnect is frustrating to Disney executives who feel the campaign to oust Eisner is clouding what should be the real story — the company's strength in film, theme parks, cable TV and even its ABC television network, where sports, soap operas and kids shows are thriving despite the notable lack of success in prime time.

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