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Disney starts the year with strong quarter, reports $20.86 bn revenue

MUMBAI: The Walt Disney Company (Disney) reported its first fiscal quarter earnings, the first result since the launch of its new streaming service Disney+. Beating Wall Street expectations, the company has seen a strong start by reporting $20.86 bn revenue in contrast to market expectation of $20....

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Disney reports strong quarterly result; strikes deal with Amazon for Disney+

The Walt Disney Company reported its fourth quarter earnings when it’s nearing the launch of its Disney+ streaming platform. Moreover, Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger said that the Mouse House has struck a distribution deal for its Disney+ streaming service with Amazon.com, and the service will be...

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Disney CEO Bob Iger resigns from Apple's board

MUMBAI: Disney CEO Bob Iger has stepped down from Apple’s board of directors the day Apple announced the price and release date for its streaming service. The resignation comes at a time when both the companies are upping the game in the streaming business.

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Disney to offer Disney+-Hulu-ESPN+ bundle for $12.99 a month

With the launch of Disney+, Walt Disney Company (Disney) will offer a bundle package of its three streaming services — Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ from 12 November. The bundle has been priced at $12.99 a month.

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Star India losses partially offset Disney’s international revenue

The giant media conglomerate Walt Disney Company could not reach Wall Street’s expectations for the quarter ended 29 June 2019. The company posted weaker than expected earnings per share and revenue in its Q3 results. Star India which now comes under Disney after the merger with 21st Century Fox...

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