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It’s interesting to me that the equity market is cheering the idea that the Fed is going to be cutting rates. There tends to be a fine line between cutting rates and extending the economic cycle or cutting rates because the cycle is coming to an end (and the economy is softening). When the Fed is cutting rates, it’s cutting rates because a recession is about to happen, right? That’s why I say there’s a fine line between the Fed cutting to extend the cycle and the Fed cutting because a recession is about to happen. The Fed has been in this precarious space where they’re trying to avoid recession while lowering interest rates.
Persons: Dow, stoking, Bell, Tom Porcelli, Jerome Powell, Jay Powell, they’re, that’s, Donald, Goofy, Eva Rothenberg, Mickey Mouse, Snow White, Captain Hook, , Kate Shindle, , Uber, Lyft, Jamie Long, Read Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN — Markets, Federal Reserve, Fed, ’ Equity Association, Equity, National Labor Relations Board, Disneyland, Disney, ’ Equity, Walt Disney Company, Uber, Democratic, Minneapolis City Council Locations: New York, Anaheim , California, Minnesota, Minneapolis
A majority of Disneyland cast members who perform as characters such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse and dance in parades at the amusement park, in California, voted to unionize with the Actors’ Equity Association on Saturday, the union said. The Actors’ Equity Association, the national labor union that represents more than 51,000 professional actors and stage managers, said it had exceeded the threshold it needed in a vote overseen by the National Labor Relations Board, winning a 79 percent majority with 953 yes votes and 258 no votes, according to a statement. Among the key issues that brought workers together to fight for representation in future negotiations with the company were securing improvements in safety and scheduling and demanding “a living wage,” as well as other workplace benefits, the union said. “They say that Disneyland is ‘the place where dreams come true,’ and for the Disney cast members who have worked to organize a union, their dream came true today,” Kate Shindle, the actor association’s president, said in a statement on Saturday.
Persons: Mickey, Minnie Mouse, , ” Kate Shindle, association’s Organizations: ’ Equity Association, National Labor Relations Board, Disney Locations: California
Disneyland character performers vote to unionize
  + stars: | 2024-05-19 | by ( Eva Rothenberg | )   time to read: +2 min
Equity described the vote as “a landslide victory,” with 953 cast members favoring unionization and 258 opposed. There are more than 21,000 Disneyland “cast member” employees, who are represented by more than a dozen unions. “Whatever the outcome, we respect that our cast members had the opportunity to have their voices heard,” the spokesperson said. On the other side of the country, Disney World character actors have been represented by Teamsters since the 1980s. Today, Equity estimates they represent around 800 cast members at Disney World.
Persons: Donald, Goofy, Mickey Mouse, Snow White, Captain Hook, , Kate Shindle, Organizations: New, New York CNN, ’ Equity Association, Equity, National Labor Relations Board, Disneyland, Disney, ’ Equity, Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney, , CNN, Disneyland Resort, Teamsters Locations: New York, Anaheim , California, Orlando , Florida
First off, driving instead of flying saved us a lot of moneyMy family added a road-trip component to our trip. Daryl AustinWe saved money by driving to Disney instead of flying. AdvertisementLastly, we saved money by cutting back on character-dining experiences and sharing most of our mealsOur family split meals at Disneyland when we could. In hindsight, this means we could've saved some serious money on tickets and food costs by cutting out our last two days at Disney. Otherwise, my wife and I will be dreading the next Disney vacation nearly as much as our kids will be eagerly anticipating it.
Persons: , Daryl Austin, That's, we'd, we've, Dole, would've, could've, Daryl Austin Disney Organizations: Service, Universal Studios, Business, Marriott, Gas, Disney, we've, Disneyland, Minnie Locations: Utah, Southern California, California, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Marriott Anaheim, Disneyland
CNN —Courteney Cox’s longtime partner Johnny McDaid once broke up with her in a therapy session. Cox appeared on the “Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver” podcast, saying it happened about five years ago. We broke up in therapy,” she said. “I didn’t know it was coming, whether I should have or not.”They were supposed to be discussing boundaries within their relationship, but instead he just broke it off. “I just went into myself and I had a great therapist.”Cox and McDaid went public as a couple in 2013 and were engaged in nine months.
Persons: CNN — Courteney Cox’s, Johnny McDaid, Cox, Minnie, Minnie Driver, , , ” Cox, McDaid Organizations: CNN, Patrol
Read previewSavannah spent nine weeks and thousands of dollars planning her family's trip to Walt Disney World. AdvertisementMinnie Mouse at Walt Disney World. Disney's new disability policyThe bombshell: Disney announced earlier this month that it would revise its Disability Access Service policy. The Washington Post/Getty ImagesThe Disneyland and Disney World websites include information for individuals with disabilities across different categories, including mobility. However, the policy changes — scheduled to go into effect the first day of their Disney vacation — have upended everything.
Persons: , Minnie Mouse, Savannah —, Savannah, She's, Disney, there's, Bob Iger —, Joe Burbank, I've Organizations: Service, Savannah, Walt Disney, Disney, Business, Walt Disney World, Anadolu, Getty, Fox Business, The Washington Post, Disneyland, Washington Post, Services, Orlando Sentinel, Tribune, Getty Images Savannah, Universal Locations: Savannah, Indiana, California, Florida
The group had announced a union organizing effort in February, but very often such campaigns fall short of filing to hold a vote. Union organizing efforts have picked up in the last year, especially in the wake of a number of high profile contract wins by unions that provided union members with large pay raises. There are more than 21,000 Disneyland “cast member” employees, who are represented by more than a dozen unions. But it doesn’t include the performers who dress up as characters such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy and interact with visitors. Vo said it’s difficult for cast members to afford living on their own, and many have roommates.
Persons: , , Kate Shindle, Mickey, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Disney, Mai Vo, Vo, Zach Elefante, Elefante Organizations: California CNN, Actor’s Equity Association, National Labor Relations Board, Disneyland, Disney, Union, Workers, CNN, showtime, Magic Kingdom Locations: Anaheim, California, Los Angeles, Orlando , Florida, Orlando, Southern California, Vo
Step inside Emma Roberts’ sumptuous LA home
  + stars: | 2024-04-16 | by ( Jacqui Palumbo | )   time to read: +3 min
For Roberts, having a space that feels like home is a particular priority, she explained, as she moved often as a child. “We want a house to look like it’s been there for 50 years,” Pierce told AD in the cover story. She shares the home with her three-year-old son, Rhodes. ADWhile most of the pieces in Roberts' home are antique or designer, her open kitchen includes an affordable surprise. Though many pieces are courtesy of design studios or antique finds, Pierce and Ward don’t look down on more accessible commercial brands.
Persons: Emma Roberts, Roberts, ” —, Rhodes, Pierce, Ward, Minnie Driver, , they've, Michael P.H, Clifford, Louisa Pierce, Emily Ward, Dakota Johnson, Kate Hudson, Leonardo DiCaprio, , ” Pierce, ” Roberts, Debbie Harry, Joni Mitchell, Julian Wasser, Joan Didion Organizations: CNN, Urban Outfitters Locations:
Read previewCruise bookings are predicted to reach record highs this year, but not all itineraries are created equally — especially if you're looking to sail with Disney Cruise Line. When I book, I always make sure Disney's private island in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay, is on the port of call. AdvertisementCharacters usually meet in the morning from around 9 a.m. until 11 a.m., but exact times can always be found on the Disney Cruise Line app. AdvertisementAnd, before I head back to the ship, I stop at the Castaway Cay post office to send postcards back home. Megan duBoisThe postcards I use can be found in the desk drawer of Disney Cruise Line staterooms, and are free to take.
Persons: , I've, Megan duBois, Megan duBois Castaway, it's, Mickey, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Megan duBois There's Organizations: Service, Disney Cruise, Disney, Business Locations: Bahamas, Castaway, Megan duBois Castaway Cay, Disney
It had been more than a year since the Covid pandemic had forced Disney's domestic parks to shutter, but D'Amaro, chair of Disney's experiences division, was confident guests would flood back in when the gates reopened. Revenues fell 35% in 2020, a nearly $10 billion decrease from the $26.2 billion the experiences division had tallied in the year before the pandemic. The experiences division posted record revenue of $32.5 billion in fiscal 2023, a 16% increase from the prior year. Its innovations, from ride mechanics and animatronics to creature design and immersive architecture, have made Disney's parks a standout in the industry. Storytelling is at the heart of everything across Disney's experiences division.
Persons: Mickey Mouse, Ian Langsdon, Josh D'Amaro, D'Amaro, Bob Chapek, D'Amaro —, Walt Disney, King Arthur Carousel, Christian Thompson, you've, it's, Bob Iger, Nelson, Walt Disney Imagineering, Rey, Kylo Ren, Judy Hopps, Imagineers, CNBC —, Lewis, Disney, Imagineering, Matt Stroshane, Alan Bergman Organizations: Paris, Afp, Getty, Gibson, Disney, Walt Disney Imagineering, Hong Kong Disneyland, Walt Disney, Guardians, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Star Wars, California Disneyland's, Walt Disney Imagineering's, Disney Engineers, Force, Southwest, CNBC, Galactic, Marvel Locations: California, Burbank, Disneyland, Hong Kong, Shanghai Disneyland, Florida, Epcot, Magic, Wharf, Disneyland's, Disney's, Edge
CNBC Daily Open: Fights in the House of Mouse
  + stars: | 2024-04-02 | by ( Clement Tan | In Clemtan | )   time to read: +2 min
Actors dressed as Walt Disney characters Mickey Mouse (left) and Minnie Mouse (right) perform during a press preview for the "Minnie Besties Bash!" This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our new, international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Rumbling signs of lifeThe IPO market in the U.S. is showing signs of revival after more than two years. CNBC previously reported that United would pause pilot hiring this spring for the same reason.
Persons: Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Minnie Besties, Jerome Powell's, Slack, Matt Orton Organizations: Tokyo Disneyland, CNBC, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, European Commission, United Airlines, Boeing Locations: Tokyo, Urayasu, Japan, U.S
CNBC Daily Open: Fights in Mickey's club house
  + stars: | 2024-04-02 | by ( Clement Tan | In Clemtan | )   time to read: +2 min
Actors dressed as Walt Disney characters Mickey Mouse (left) and Minnie Mouse (right) perform during a press preview for the "Minnie Besties Bash!" This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our new, international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. U.S. stocks got off to a tentative start for the second quarter as Treasury yields rose on Monday. [PRO] Top 2Q betsBank of America names its top picks for the second quarter, including one Big Tech company.
Persons: Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Minnie Besties, Korea's, Jerome Powell's Organizations: Tokyo Disneyland, CNBC, Asia Hong, Japan's Nikkei, CSI, U.S, Rapidus Corporation, of America, Big Tech Locations: Tokyo, Urayasu, Japan, Asia Hong Kong, Asia, Pacific, U.S, Beijing, China, Korea, Taiwan, Hokkaido
Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer releases the Homestretch — an actionable afternoon update, just in time for the last hour of trading on Wall Street. Disney: One of the sales we made Monday was in Disney; the other was in Alphabet. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
Persons: Jim Cramer, it's, Stanley Black, Decker, Disney's, Nelson Peltz, Jim, It's, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Jim Cramer's, Mickey, Minnie, Ian Langsdon Organizations: CNBC, Disney, Trian, Bank of America, Peltz, Club, Starbucks, Dell, Micron, AMD, PVH Corp, Jim Cramer's Charitable, Paris, Afp, Getty Locations: Disney, Marne, Paris
The Rent Was Too High So They Threw a Party
  + stars: | 2024-03-28 | by ( Debra Kamin | )   time to read: +2 min
Minnie Pindar’s name reappears as Minnie Gilmore in a 1952 marriage license to Scotty Eckford, a union organizer of Black hotel employees in New York City. Mr. Eckford was also the uncle of Elizabeth Eckford, the American civil rights activist who made history in 1957 when she enrolled in the all-white Little Rock Central High School and attended class. Her younger son, Cleveland Gilmore, was 2 on that unseasonably warm November night in 1929. As an adult, he never talked about rent parties, or life in Harlem at all. He would tell us little things, like how he would buy watermelon for a nickel, but I never knew about his family.”The elder Mr. Gilmore died of a brain aneurysm in 2004, when Amir was 14.
Persons: Minnie Gilmore’s, Minnie Pindar’s, Minnie Gilmore, Scotty Eckford, Eckford, Elizabeth Eckford, Pindar, Cleveland Gilmore, , , Gilmore, Amir, Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, Ethel Waters, Calloway, Fats Waller, Harry Dial, Herman Autrey Organizations: Rock Central High School, Harlem Renaissance, Alhambra, Cotton Club Locations: New York City, Bronx, Harlem, Cleveland
CNN —Minnie Driver knows that time heals most heartache. Driver appeared on “The Jennifer Hudson Show,” where she reflected on the sadness she felt at age 25 after a split from her former boyfriend Matt Damon, saying she would tell her younger self she’d be just fine. Driver and Damon dated for about a year after they met while filming the 1997 film “Good Will Hunting.”“You’re going to love again, it’ll be fine,” Driver added. “My little face, [I want] to wrap my arms around that young woman and hug her and go, ‘It’s all going to be fine honey, don’t worry.’”Matt Damon and Minnie Driver in 1997. “Wish I could have celebrated more as it was an amazing moment for all of us, and for this wonderful film!”
Persons: Minnie Driver, Jennifer Hudson, Matt Damon, she’d, ” Driver, Damon, , it’ll, , ’ ” Matt Damon, Steve Granitz, Ben Affleck, Organizations: CNN
Emma Mcintyre | Getty ImagesWhen Paul Scanlan and Jeff Annison first dreamed up their production studio, Legion M, they set out to build not just a company, but a community. While crowdfunding is not a new concept, Legion M is taking it to the next level — giving ordinary moviegoers a seat at Hollywood's table. That's what sets Legion M apart. For Legion M's "My Dead Friend Zoe," the company collected funds from Legion M investors and from larger, more traditional Hollywood financiers, including Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce. He said working with Legion M "felt very natural from the first call."
Persons: William Shatner, Emma Mcintyre, Paul Scanlan, Jeff Annison, Jay, Bob, Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis, Simon Pegg, Minnie Driver, Nandor Fodor, Zach Braff's, Rob Thomas, Veronica Mars, Annison, Zoe, Travis Kelce, Chris Temple, Glauber Contessoto, Zach Ingrasci, Erik Tanner, Frazer Harrison Organizations: Legion, San Diego, Theatre, Business, Amazon Prime, Kansas City Chiefs, Spring Studio, Getty, Angel Studios, Con, Paramount Theater Locations: San Diego , California, Hollywood, New York City, Austin , Texas
The heirs backed Iger and his management for being "faithful" to Disney's "magic" and said the CEO has "grown this company in a modern world." Peltz's Trian Fund Management, which owns about $3 billion of Disney stock, has criticized Disney's leadership and is seeking seats on its board. In early February, Iger and Peltz threw jabs at each other following Disney's better-than-expected earnings report. They understand that the longevity of The Walt Disney Company isn't only the result of smart business decisions; it is rooted in the strong emotional connection Disney continues to forge with generations of people from around the globe. To the contrary, their "I alone can fix it" mentality makes clear that they are not interested in preserving the Disney magic, but stripping it to the bone to make a quick profit for themselves.
Persons: Iger, Peltz's, Disney's, Peltz, Roy O, Walt Disney, Walt, Roy, Snow White, Mary Poppins, Bob Iger, Saul Steinberg —, Nelson Peltz —, Roy P, Disney Susan Disney, Abigail E, Disney Tim Disney Organizations: Peltz's Trian Fund Management, Disney, Trian Fund Management, Variety, The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney Company, Directors Locations: Iger
The union said on Tuesday that about 60% of the 1,700 Disneyland employees in the characters and parades departments have signed cards seeking a union representation election. Performers doing the same work at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, are already in a union and have been for years. And until recently the Disney World performers were paid more than their Disneyland counterparts, according to the union. The Disneyland performers had been getting $20 an hour until the union organizing drive began late last year. “But magic alone doesn’t pay the rent.”The union already represents some of the Disney World performers.
Persons: Mickey, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, ” Kate Shindle, ” Disney, Nelson Peltz, , Samantha Delouya Organizations: New, New York CNN, Disney, Actor’s Equity Association, Disneyland, Council for Community, Economic Research, Actor’s Equity, CNN Locations: New York, Los Angeles, Orlando , Florida, Orange County , California, Orlando .
It’s never been more expensive to be a Disney fan
  + stars: | 2024-02-07 | by ( Samantha Delouya | )   time to read: +6 min
Not only have theme park visits gotten more expensive, but so have Disney’s cruise vacations, souvenirs and the company’s streaming services. Over the summer, Disney quietly raised the prices at two of the adult-exclusive restaurants on board its cruise ships to $135 per person for dinner, a nudge up of $10, according to the Disney Cruise Line Blog. But one thing is certain: being a Disney fan has never been more expensive. Passengers stand on the deck of Disney Dream, a Disney Cruise Lines' ship, as it sails to the Bahamas on August 9, 2021. Joe Skipper/ReutersBrittany Huizinga, an Arizona-based travel agent at Smart Moms Travel, took a two-part trip with her husband and two children during the holiday season: The first four nights were spent at Walt Disney World and the last five nights on a Disney Cruise ship.
Persons: Walt, Gina Lee, , , Disney, Ron DeSantis, Don Munsil, , That’s, Minnie, Joseph Prezioso, Genie, we’ve, ” Munsil, Joe Skipper, Brittany Huizinga, Bob Iger, Mouse’s, Doug Arthur, “ It’s, Disney’s, Lee Organizations: CNN, Walt Disney World, Disney, Disney Vacation, Magic, Walt Disney, Anadolu Agency, Getty Images Parks, Disney Cruise Lines, Smart, Huber Research Partners, Disney’s ESPN, Fox Corporation, Warner Bros ., . Disney, Wayback Locations: Orlando , Florida, New York, , Florida, Disneyland, California, Orange County , Florida, Bahamas, Arizona
Read previewAfter going to Disney World over 40 times, I've become quite the packing professional. If you've spent any time in the Orlando area, you know it will most likely rain during your Disney trip. My favorites are the rose-gold Minnie ears, but I've been eyeing the Haunted Mansion and It's a Small World ones for a while. Kari BeckerYou can pay for almost everything at Disney World with Disney gift cards, including dining, merchandise, and resort charges. I love this aspect of Disney World because it means there are wonderful dining options with upscale food that are still family-friendly.
Persons: , I've, I'm, you've, Kari Becker I've, fanny, Kari Becker It's, Mickey, Minnie, Kari Becker, Alberts, you'll Organizations: Service, Disney, Business, Disney Genie, Magic Kingdom, Floridian, Yacht Locations: Orlando, River, Victoria
But last year, the LA tech scene stalled, according to Carta data. Startup funding plummeted everywhere, but nowhere experienced a steeper decline than LA, where funding declined 65% from 2022. CartaLA's startup funding dropped 65% last year, a steeper decline than the Bay Area, New York or Boston. "They're very deep AI companies, but they're being applied to a vertical, which is one of the strengths of LA," Ingersoll said. Bird goes bust and Snap snaps backThere was more bad news for LA's startup scene in 2023 than just the dismal funding numbers.
Persons: Ethan Aldrich, Aldrich, there's, Andreessen Horowitz, a16z, Katia Ameri, Ameri, VCs, Nikita Bier, Bier, Mark Suster, Suster, LA's, we're, Palmer Luckey, Minnie Ingersoll, Ingersoll, Bird, Zillow, Spencer Rascoff, Evan Spiegel ERIC PIERMONT, Ishan Singh, Singh Organizations: Stanford, Business, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Coatue Management, LA Tech, LA, Carta, Honest Company, New, Boston, Microsoft, Clark, SpaceX Locations: Santa Monica, Southern California, LA, Santa, Hayes, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, New York, Boston, Carta, San Diego, Seattle, Hawthorne , CA, Costa, Bay
Known as "border radio," the unregulated American radio industry sprung up on Mexico's northern border in the 1930s. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesIn the years that followed, other border radio stations sprung up in Mexico. Hank Thompson, another country music star who grew up in Waco in the 30s, said border radio stations were the only stations where one could listen to country music most of the time. But the legacy of border radio stations continued to live on in the country music they helped popularize, as well as its cousin genres. According to American honky-tonk star Webb Pierce, country music "might not have survived if it hadn't been for border radio."
Persons: , Bill Crawford, Crawford, weren't, Will Horwitz, Horwitz's, Jimmie Rodgers, Carter, Michael Ochs, Jesus Christ, Dallas Turner, John Romulus Brinkley, Brinkley, Pope Brock, Minerva, Minnie, Jones, Patsy Montana, Slim Rinehart, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Hank Thompson, Lydia Mendoza, Rosa Dominguez, Mexican Nightingale, Dominguez, Maybelle, Webb Pierce, It's Organizations: Service, Business, Amazing Broadcasters, American Airwaves, Keystone, Gamma, Getty Images, US, charlatans, Houston, Country, Michael Ochs Archives, Kansas he'd, The Kansas State Medical Board, Federal Radio Commission, Soibelman, Tejano, Getty, Thunderbirds, ZZ Locations: American, West, Mexico, Canada, United States, Mexican, France, Tamaulipas, KFKB, Kansas, New York, Waco, South Dakota
Hong Kong CNN —Press freedom groups are voicing concern for veteran Hong Kong journalist Minnie Chan following a news report that she went missing after traveling to Beijing to cover a security forum in late October. The association, a trade union which advocates for press freedom, called for friends or relatives with information to get in touch. Chan is a highly regarded journalist in Hong Kong and among international audiences who closely follow China news. China ranks 179 out of 180 in the 2023 RSF World Press Freedom Index. It is the world’s largest captor of journalists and press freedom defenders with at least 121 detained, according to the organization.
Persons: Hong, Minnie Chan, , Chan, , Cheng Lei, Haze Fan Organizations: Hong Kong CNN — Press, Protect Journalists, Kyodo, China Morning, Beijing ”, China’s Foreign, Hong Kong Journalists Association, Bloomberg News, China Locations: Hong Kong, Beijing, China, Hangzhou
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our new, international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Streak continues, sans DowMajor U.S. indexes continued their blistering winning streak Wednesday — except for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which snapped a seven-day streak. Weakness in ArmArm reported earnings for the first time after its initial public offering. Stock markets are enjoying their longest winning streak in two years.
Persons: Mickey, Minnie, Marks, Spencer, Organizations: Paris, CNBC, Dow Major, Dow Jones, Disney, UBS UBS, UBS, Credit Suisse Locations: Marne, Paris
The end of the Hollywood actors' strike takes a risk off the table for Disney (DIS) — just as CEO Bob Iger's turnaround plan for the entertainment giant is starting to show real progress. Prior to the announcement, Disney CEO Bob Iger told CNBC that the strike's impact on the business had so far been "negligible." DIS YTD mountain DIS stock performance year-to-date. With Disney's strong quarterly cash flow and healthy balance sheet, Jim said he expects a stock buyback as soon as next year. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
Persons: Bob Iger's, Bob Iger, Jim Cramer, Jim, Cramer, Disney, Morgan Stanley, Jim said, Jim Cramer's, Mickey, Minnie, Ian Langsdon Organizations: Hollywood, Disney, SAG, CNBC, Investors, Iger, Management, ESPN, Paris, Afp, Getty Locations: Marne, Paris
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