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Bob Iger To Attend High Level Tech Event

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  • Bob Iger To Attend High Level Tech Event

    The sun always seems to shine in Sun Valley, a pristine mountain resort in Idaho, when the top brass from media and technology companies convene every July for a deep-think retreat hosted by the investment banker Herbert Allen. But it's the darkest of thoughts that are racing through the minds of the media power elite as they go between high-level meetings, golf and family activities: How can they survive the rapid-fire technological changes that are transforming their industries and changing the way people get news and entertainment?
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    This year's five-day conference, whose proceedings are private, formally kicks off on Wednesday. The attendees are among the most powerful figures in media: News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch, who is in advanced talks to buy Dow Jones & Co.; Time Warner Inc. CEO Dick Parsons; Walt Disney Co. CEO Robert Igerhttp://www.contracostatimes.com/technology/ci_6340986

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