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Disney's 2013 Theme Park Plan: Keep the Magic Alive Every Week

Disney set up a three-story castle made of ice in Times Square this week to introduce its new Limited Time Magic theme park campaign for 2013: The family entertainment giant plans to kick things up a notch at its Florida and California attractions by offering 52 weekly themed events.

'The Lorax': He's Bigger Than You Think

The Lorax raked in $70.2 million in ticket sales this weekend, making the animated feature film the year's biggest theatrical opening so far. That's good news for Comcast's Universal Studio and it's probably just the beginning.

And the No. 1 Brand in the World Is ...

Global consulting firm Interbrand recently released its annual list of the top 100 Global Brands. And if you take three guesses as to the most popular brand in the world, there's a good chance you'll get it on the first try.

5 Things to Watch: From Food Stocks to Black Friday

The holiday shopping season officially kicks off on the Friday after Thanksgiving. Actually, make that during Thanksgiving for some retailers. Here's a rundown of some of the items that will shape this holiday week.

Disney's Muppets Deal May Finally Pay Off with New Film

Jim Henson's iconic characters took a long time to finally land in the House of Mouse, and they've never lived up to their potential there. But with the new film "The Muppets," Walt Disney's gamble on them may finally be paying off.

Why Movie Watchers Are Abandoning the Multiplex

Noticed that your local movie theater is a little quieter than usual lately? Don't go thinking that moviegoers have just gotten more considerate. The reason phones aren't ringing, babies aren't wailing, and know-it-alls aren't giving away plot twists before they happen is simple: People just aren't there.