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Why Disney Will Never Be Great Again

Disney appears to be in a good groove lately, but we have to hold off on the happily-ever-after finish: The Mouse House, weakened by years of lackluster in-house animation offerings, confronts a series of obstacles unlike anything faced in its past, from Legoland to YouTube.

Are CEOs Worth the High Salaries and Big Bonuses?

CEO bonuses rose 30.5% in the past year, but are the heads of large U.S. firms really earning their hefty compensation packages by creating increased profits and shareholder value? A closer look reveals wide disparities: There are some Bargain CEOs, but also some Hogs and Value Destroyers.

ABC News's David Westin: 'The Right Time' to Leave

ABC News President David Westin is leaving his job after 14 years. A corporate mandate to increase his division's profitability apparently conflicted with his own commitment to high-prestige journalism.

CEOs Who Laid Off More Got Paid 42% More Money

CEOs who cut the most jobs during the recession earned an average of 42% more than their S&P 500 peers, according to a study by the Institute for Policy Studies. Top execs at the 50 firms that laid off the most workers since the economic crisis began averaged nearly $12 million in 2009.

Steve Jobs Looms Over the Sun Valley Confab

He's on the guest list, but Apple's CEO may not show at this year's Allen & Co. Sun Valley media mogul camp. But his impact will felt throughout it as the media execs confront a digital landscape on the brink of a mobile gold rush.

Disney: Flat Earnings, But Better Days Ahead

Walt Disney Co.'s fiscal first-quarter net income showed a net profit of $844 million, down slightly from a year earlier, but revenues were up 1% to $9.7 billion -- in part because the parks' New Year's Week revenue was added to Q1 this year.

Roy Disney, Nephew of Walt, Dead at Age 79

Roy E. Disney, nephew of Walt Disney and occasional bane of the entertainment conglomerate's chief executives, died Wednesday at age 79 following a year-long battle with stomach cancer.