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U.S. stocks started the trading day on Wednesday, Jan. 25, with steep declines, but market indexes recovered toward the end the day.
Streaming platform Hulu and cable channel Adult Swim have ended their relationships with “Rick and Morty” co-creator Justin Roiland, who is facing felony domestic violence and false imprisonment charges in California. A spokeswoman for Adult Swim confirmed that it is ending its relationship with Mr. Roiland. Adult Swim said Tuesday it still planned to produce a seventh season of the hit animated series, even though Mr. Roiland has done the voice work for both Morty and Rick for the previous seasons.
Walt Disney World's Reedy Creek Improvement District leaders said they will continue with "business as usual" despite the looming future of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' plan to replace its top decision makers with a state-controlled board. The district, which oversees the land encompassing Walt Disney World, met Jan. 25 to discuss various changes to ongoing projects such as improvements made to World Drive — one of the major arteries connecting Disney's parks, hotels and other amenities.
The Orlando theme park will swap inspiration from the 1940s film “Song of the South” for an updated look based on the 2009 movie “The Princess and the Frog.”
The clock is ticking on Bob Iger. The former Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) CEO that figured he'd enjoy a happy retirement of writing books and potentially pursuing political ambitions is back at the helm of the media giant. Let me make an even more brazen market call, predicting that Disney stock will more than double in three years.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss the expectations for Disney earnings as well as the media giant's battle with activist investor Nelson Peltz.
Walt Disney World has shared a look at what's coming to this year's Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. The event, which runs March 1-July 5, merges character-inspired topiaries, food and other additions, according to Disney Parks Blog. Why this matters: Disney's annual events help draw visitors to the region, which helps fill area hotels, shops and restaurants with more customers.
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) has dominated the streaming space for more than a decade. The entertainment giant has 222 million customers across Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu, and some project that Disney+ alone could overtake Netflix by 2025. Then last week, Netflix reported its year-end results and its subscriber count hit nearly 231 million.
In a world in which so-called "meme" stocks can more than double overnight based on nothing more than Reddit message board threads, it can seem out of step to buy old-school stocks like oil companies...
If you sold Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU) stock last year, you're not alone. After a boom during the pandemic, the stock crashed as revenue growth slowed significantly through 2022, and profits turned into losses after the company stepped up investments in its growth. The company just crossed 70 million active accounts on the platform earlier this month, adding 9.9 million new accounts in 2022, a year when subscriber growth was sluggish at major services like Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Walt Disney's Disney+.