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The lesson that Russian-born RetailNext CEO Alexei Agratchev picked up from the Mouse House boss has stuck with him to today.
Sensors would recognize guests based on the shape and size of their feet to offer customized experiences.
Just look at how 'Finding Dory' is chewing up the competition.
Several legal experts differed in their assessments of Disney's potential legal liability in the attack, but most agreed the company would have a strong impetus to quickly settle any case.
Disney, set to open a $5.5 billion theme park in mainland China on Thursday, said it took any violation of labor regulations 'seriously' and that it would investigate any allegations against its suppliers.
'May the fourth' be with you. This 'Star Wars' Day, celebrate the nostalgia brand that has spanned 39 years and generated some serious bank in the meantime.
The new solar farm near Epcot spans 22 acres and joins a family of mouse-shaped environmental projects.
Comic books often teach children serious lessons about the adult world.
Thomas Staggs will end his current role early next month, but will remain with the company through the fiscal year.
Pressure is building for governor to veto the legislation.
You can have the best talent and strategy in place, but without a clear company culture, you'll never achieve greatness.
With more than 40 million subscribers, PewDiePie has the single biggest YouTube channel and he's amassing a group of likeminded content creators to create content.
Customers can stream Disney's television shows, movies and other media via a Mickey Mouse-shaped device.
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