Walt Disney Co. opens an expanded section of its Magic Kingdom today with the aim of drawing more visitors to a Florida park battling stagnant attendance for the past five years.
Walt Disney Co.’s “Frozen” is poised to reclaim the top spot in ticket sales in its seventh weekend in theaters, a rare event in a business where hit films lose their first-place rankings after a couple of weeks.
Shanghai’s $44 billion World Expo may secure bigger economic benefits for China’s richest city than Beijing reaped from the Olympics two years ago.
Denmark is playing to its strengths as Carlsberg A/S and Vestas Wind Systems A/S signed deals with the world’s second-largest economy ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to the Nordic nation.
Walt Disney Co., which generated more than $79 million in U.S. theaters after converting “The Lion King” to 3-D, will re-release four other animated features in the format.
If you’ve had it with choreography as inspired as a workout at the gym, “Newsies: The Musical” is your show.
Remember those scenes on YouTube of Hitler in the bunker surrounded by embarrassed staffers as he furiously pounds the table because he can’t get a jumbo mortgage or tickets to “The Little Mermaid”?
Jeffrey Katzenberg, with deals that give him new characters, a theme park and a footprint in China, is signaling DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. plans to expand beyond 3-D movies and home video.