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How Would You Rate Steve Jobs As A Disney CEO Prospect?


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  • How Would You Rate Steve Jobs As A Disney CEO Prospect?

    Hooray! Few things delight me more than news of Disney's eminent of Pixar, with a deal that may be cut as early as Monday. There are three articles regarding the subject ar the top of MiceAge, in case you haven't noticed. Cars will definitely not be the final Disney-Pixar feature film.

    I have always prredicted that the two companies would remain together. The two have achieved too much success together in relationship to mivies, theme park rides and shows, as well as merchandise sales. Eisner was the only ogre that was standing in the way, but giants do fall.

    Steve Jobs is the walt Disney of today's era of hi-tech and multi-media entertainment. Pixar, Apple Computer, iPod - you've gottta love him. I believe that his Disney shares and his magical skills will place him in the President's seat 0 if he wants it. what do you think.

    All the talk of a split between Disney and Pixar was a bunch of bunk.
    To Boldly Go Where No MiceChatter Has Gone Before!

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