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Disney reports 14 % revenue growth

MUMBAI: Despite the fact that it suffered major losses on the theatrical front with films like The Alamo failing badly at the box office and the fact that it sold most of its retail outlets in the US, Disney has still managed to record a 14 per cent year-on-year increase in revenue for the fiscal...

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Disney mulls over Miramax sale

MUMBAI: The Walt Disney Company might disown its film unit Miramax. Reports suggest that Disney ceo Michael Eisner is considering the sale of the studio back to its founders and co-chairmen, Harvey and Bob Weinstein. Disney officials have refused to acknowledge the developments.

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Miramax chiefs to buy Moore docu 'Fahrenheit 9/11' from Disney

MUMBAI: Miramax chiefs Harvey and Bob Weinstein are preparing a deal to personally buy Michael Moore's award winning documentary Fahrenheit 9/11.

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Disney nixes anti-Bush documentary

MUMBAI: The Walt Disney Company has shown the red card to director Michael Moore's controversial documentary that criticises US president George Bush. The company has asked its Miramax Films unit not to release the documentary on the 11 September attacks, titled Fahrenheit 9/11.

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Disney board backs Eisner, Iger

MUMBAI: The Walt Disney Company board meeting couldn't spring any surprises. The embattled chief executive officer Michael Eisner got a breather as the company's board of directors extended him their full support.

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