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  • RadioDisneyTech
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    Roy Disney and Stanley Gold, But only long enough to clean house and get A CEO that knows the Buisness But also CARES, (about more than himself). And place a new board of members that have ideas and are true to the buisness and not just a bunch of fallowing YES MEN, to a self proclaimed god like Iesner and affraid to speak there mind as well as TRUE Ideas,that would benefit the company. WOW What a concept!
    anyhow I've said enough.

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  • Tinkerbell
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    Uh... ME!! Lemme at that company!

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  • Capstan
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    Someone with an artist's eye, a sense of humor, grandeur and humility, a feel for the land (all of it, not just L.A. and New York), and the memory it's family that matters. How about Walt Disney?

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  • Mr. Eggz
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    First Choice...

    John Lasseter, CEO; Steve Burke, President & COO; - both reporting to the board.

    ..and Judson Green as CFO

    with Andrea Vandekamp (sp?) as Board Chair

    I just don't think you can get any better than that!

    But if the board were going to pick an inside candidate it should have been Dick Cook.

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  • Tom Chaney
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    I agree with the "wait & see" for Bob Iger. I've always sort of though Katzenberg would be a good choice. I doubt if he's interested anymore, though.

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  • wem1985
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    You know, I'm a big save disney supporter.
    I am also reading Disney War.
    I don't think Bob Iger is the best choice, BUT I haven't given him a chance.
    Maybe he'll do some good things, get Pixar back, focus on the parks, etc.....

    If anything (in my opinion) we need a new board and NO MICHAEL EISNER!!
    He did some good things with Wells and Katzenberg, but he needs to move on...


    I think the best thing for the Walt Disney Company would be new blood.

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  • Alchimedes
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    Steve Jobs

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  • IndyJn511
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    The Imagineers!
    I second that!

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  • Mr D
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    Katzenburg and Ovitz :bow:

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  • Disneyfreak
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    I would choose Steve Jobs or Matt.

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  • cellarhound
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    I thought that Peter Chernin (President of News Corp) should have gotten the job... His name was on the short list... But it meant completely changning all the managers undernieth him... Eisner's board would not have like that...

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  • Ghostbuster626
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    The Imagineers!

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  • Wotan
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    My vote is for a rather obscure gentleman named John Thompson, who rose to head of purchasing for Disney, and had worked for him from before the DL opening.

    While retired now, he had a good feel for the books, and knew the difference between what was right, and what worked, and what was wrong, and what didn't work.

    He's also an old friend...

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  • The Mad Hatter
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    I vote for Kermit the Frog.

    I would have said mickey...but he's just a cartoon

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  • Tinkerbelle
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    how about me???

    and all you Disney enthusiastics join me...It would be great!
    The park would be spotless and in perfect repair, all attractions would live up to Walt's dream.

    hey who pays more attention to the minute details than we do?


    (ok daydream over, but that would be a dream come true)

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  • Whatever
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    they need to hide some golden tickets in food products in the park, give a tour of the park to the kids that find the tickets, and pick an innocent, loving child to run the company...

    everyone over the age of 9 (including michael Jackson) is not elligible...

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  • AP2CM
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    Originally posted by Engination
    Steve Jobs
    I have to disagree here. While Steve (CEO of Pixar) has proven to be a formidable and insightful business man in the way he has steered his two companies, Pixar and Apple Computer to recent success, I cant believe that he would be a good choice to lead a company as diverse as Disney. With our hands in everything from childrens toys to ABC tv, I believe that someone with experience in ALL of these lines of business would be vastly preferable.

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  • wolfy
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    All of us here in Micechat would be the perfect choice...don't ya think?

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  • Engination
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    Steve Jobs

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  • Mousekiteer
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    ...Brad Bird.
    That or whoever's head of Pixar. I forget his name.

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