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Disney / Pixar Deal Official- 1/24/06


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  • Disney / Pixar Deal Official- 1/24/06

    January 24, 2005
    ABC News

    Jan. 24, 2006 — The Walt Disney Company took a big step today toward bolstering its position in the film business. It has agreed to purchase Pixar Animation Studios for $7.4 billion. The deal combines Pixar with Disney's animation unit and represents the union of two huge forces in animation: the old world of films and the new.
    Pixar CEO Steve Jobs will become Disney's largest shareholder, which gives him an extraordinary position at the confluence of technology and entertainment, computers and film, as well as a commanding presence in the music industry through Apple's iTunes Music Store. Jobs will also be appointed to Disney's board of directors.
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