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Oct 3, 2022, 11:28 AM EDT
The Walt Disney World Resort is closed as Hurricane Ian makes it way across the Sunshine State. What does that mean for the company still recovering from coronavirus pandemic-related closures?
Attractions across Florida are taking to their websites and social media to announce any closures, preparedness, plans and what they will do with animals ahead of Hurricane Ian.
A recent study from gambling website Time2play found the majority of "Disney World enthusiasts" believe the Florida theme park has "lost its magic" due to rampant price hikes.
Disney CEO Bob Chapek says the company wants to be "everything to everyone" in the fallout of Disney's battle with Gov. Ron DeSantis over Florida education laws.
Walt Disney World and Disneyland had record sales and profits despite lower attendance in the wake of the pandemic thanks to price hikes and other changes, a report said.
Netflix is assuring investors that gloomy forecasts of subscriber losses were outstated. The streaming giant had a loss of 1 million customers from April to June instead of 2 million.
A Texas insurance company is vowing to cover the birth costs of their female employees in response to the end of Roe v. Wade, condemning companies that are covering abortions.
Walt Disney's Board of Directors unanimously voted to extend CEO Bob Chapek's contract another three years. Chapek joined the company weeks before COVID-19 struck.
FOX Business’ Ashley Webster unpacks the dilemma many corporations may face with plans to reimburse abortion-related costs for employees as trigger laws restrict abortion access.
Visiting Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, has been a must-do for generations in many American families, but some visitors say the experience now costs so much that it might soon be reserved for only the wealthy.