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  • third biggest entertainment deal in history after Disney's purchase of Capital Cities/ABC and the Time Warner merger. The music company was merged with Seagram's existing Universal to form Universal Music.
  • including Sky, to Disney. A rival offer subsequently materialised from Comcast, and the three companies began jockeying for control of the business. Comcast was ultimately successful, taking ownership
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  • 20th Century Fox movie studio and other assets to Disney and of satellite broadcaster Sky to Comcast. The slimmed down group contains the old company's US broadcast network and cable strands Fox News
  • McDonald's  Walt Disney Source: AdmanGo/GroupM Interbrand's Best Chinese Brands 2014 Tencent  Baidu China Mobile  Moutai Alibaba  Huawei China Construction Bank Lenovo ICBC  CPIC
  • Yet Disney's dominance of the current industry is a little alarming. It now controls four of the top five movies of all time, and a partial share in the other ('Titanic', which was released outside the
  • literally) beside the all-conquering force of Disney/Marvel's Black Panther, already the 9th highest-grossing movie of all time in North America just three weeks after release. With a US gross which has
  • not least Disney, to derail the merger, the business was cleared to proceed in December 2000. AOL's founder Steve Case became chairman of the merged AOL Time Warner. Time Warner boss Gerry Levin became
  • If Walt Disney succeeds in acquiring the assets of 21st Century Fox, as previously agreed, it must make an offer for all of Sky, not just Fox's 39% controlling stake. So ruled the UK's takeover regulators
  • Amazon, Marriott, Sony, Disney and Continental, Southwest and United airlines. In 2004, the group acquired the private label credit card portfolio of Circuit City, followed by Sears Canada in 2005, and

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