PROFITS at Walt Disney have dropped 42% to £154.7 million in
the quarter ended December 2002.
This compares to net income of £264.7 million in the same quarter
Attendance and spending at Disney’s US theme parks rose last
year and contributed to a 20% jump in operating income to £136 million.
Chairman and chief executive officer Michael Eisner said: “Our
most recent quarter’s results, especially the strength of the Disney parks in
the face of continued economic softness, are further evidence of the soundness
of our strategic plan.”
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