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    • Global grudge match

        Question: Why did Disney seemingly go out of its way last month to upset Hong Kong government offici...
    • Eisner on the edge?

        The news that "Lilo & Stitch" earned over $35 million its first weekend, the biggest opening gross ...
    • Closing in on Kermit

        The next time you're at Walt Disney World, make a point of dropping by Epcot's recently reopened "Jo...
    • Dino's sour note

        There's nothing worse than being haunted by a lost opportunity. So, you really have to feel sorry fo...
    • The cost of courtesy

        Can you really put a price tag on being polite?Lee Cockrell, executive vice president for park ope...
    • Good news. Good grief.

        What's a Mouse gotta do to catch a break?The recent good news that post-9/11 travelers are flockin...
    • Animated hijinks

        There's an old joke in Hollywood: How do you know when a studio executive is lying? Their lips are m...
    • It's dèjá vu all over again

        During this past weekend's grand opening of the Walt Disney Studios theme park at Disneyland Paris, ...
    • Big Mickey is watching you

        M -- I -- C ... See ya real soon!K -- E -- Y ...Why? Because we've found the key to your perso...
    • Two much of a good thing?

        True fact: Walt Disney didn't like sequels.Back in 1933, after his studio's "Three Little Pigs" be...
    • Board on the run

        Michael Eisner, please bring the Walt Disney Co.'s annual meeting back to Orlando. We promise we'll ...
    • Cartoonish behavior

        Why have so many talented animators been bailing out of the Mouse Factory? Fact is, they've grown ti...
    • Humbled by the Hobbits

        This just has to be killing the Mouse."The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" is argua...
    • Will the Mouse fall on his sword?

        2001 wasn't exactly a space odyssey for the Walt Disney Co. As it watched its ABC TV network slip fr...
    • The staff who said, 'Bah humbug'

        "Tis the season to be jolly." Unless, of course, you happen to work for the Mouse.If you're headed...
    • Estranged bedfellows

        Disney CEO Michael Eisner should be thrilled. Walt Disney Pictures' big release for the holidays -- ...
    • Show stoppers

        These days, you almost have to feel sorry for the folks who handle publicity for Walt Disney World....
    • Three strikes and Orlando's out

        It's something that folks in the know have been whispering since May 1998, back when Disney's Animal...
    • Thrill makers take a bumpy ride

        If you go by the press releases, the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions co...
    • A workplace that's a real bear

        You'd think the animators at Disney/MGM Studios would be thrilled.After all, the buzz swirling aro...
    • Jumping the gun over a frog

        If you amble around the Disney/MGM Studios theme park this fall, you'll see a lot more of the Muppet...
    • Rooting through the Bushes

        On the surface, it looks like things are back to normal at Walt Disney World.Oh sure. In the wake ...
    • The spooktacular must go on

        Life is full of not-so-little ironies these days.Think back to Sept. 11. If that had been a typica...
    • More shockwaves for the Mouse

        With tourists now afraid to fly, last weekend's small bump up in attendance gave Disney World manage...
    • Back to the drawing boards

        At ground zero in New York City, volunteers continue to sift through the rubble, trying to make sens...

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