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Disney is a diversified worldwide entertainment company. The company operates in five business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products, and interactive. Disney offers entertainment that sends smiles to consumers across a range of countries around the world. Its movies and shows, theme parks, and products have remained a main attraction for many years and will continue well into the future.
Just recently, Disney has managed to beat Wall Street’s expectations of earnings despite taking a massive hit on a floundering Lone Ranger movie. For the quarter the company estimated a 36 percent loss in operating revenue due to the film, and projects a loss on the film of $160 to $190 million in the fourth quarter.