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Topic - Michael Eisner
Copyright protection is getting longer and longer and decreasing creativity, critics say. Will Mickey Mouse ever be set free?
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner is getting back in the movie business.
Disney CEO Robert Iger will remain in his job through March 2015 and then serve as executive chairman for another 15 months to help break in a new chief executive, the company said Friday.
Facing runaway production budgets, shrinking audiences and undependable revenue streams, Hollywood is at a financial crossroads. Is it time for the movie industry to adopt its own version of "moneyball"?
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner on Tuesday downplayed reports that he is being considered to head media company Tribune Co. after it exits bankruptcy protection.
In hindsight, former Disney CEO Michael Eisner calls his decision in 1995 to buy CapCities/ABC, and with it, its crown jewel ESPN, "one of the best acquisitions maybe of that whole century."
Eisner, 68, told a St. Louis radio station that journalists had read more into his association with Tribune than was real.
Their families account for "five generations and counting of close friendship," Eisner writes, noting that he has visited Angelo at his New York office "at least a dozen times."