TITLE

This Just In

PUB. DATE
July 2005
SOURCE
Multichannel News;7/11/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 28, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents news briefs in the U.S. broadcasting industry as of July 11, 2005. Settlement accepted by Charter Communications Inc. for the resolution of the class-action suits filed against the company; Dispute between Walt Disney Co and its former directors, Roy Disney and Stanley Gold; Prize that will be given away under Cablevision Systems' sweepstakes for its Optimum Autos classified service.
ACCESSION #
17583656

 

Related Articles

  • Disney, former executives settle differences.  // Buffalo Law Journal;7/14/2005, Vol. 77 Issue 56, p4 

    Reports on the decision of Roy Disney and Stanley Gold, former Walt Disney Co. executives, to drop a lawsuit against the company and its shareholders as of July 2005. Allegations of Disney and Gold against the board members of Walt Disney; Reason for the resignation of Disney in 2003; Agreement...

  • Is Disney Doing a Mickey Mouse Search for CEO? Sherman, Jay; Block, Alex Ben // Television Week;3/14/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p2 

    Reports on the complaints of Walt Disney's Stanley Gold and Roy Disney against the process of the company in finding a new CEO. List of potential candidates for the position; Statement issued by a spokeswoman from the company in response to the allegations of Gold and Disney.

  • Dis critics tout strong track record. Rose, Maria Matzer // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;3/2/2004, Vol. 382 Issue 42, p22 

    Despite his famous last name, Roy E. Disney was a relatively anonymous investor and Walt Disney Co. board member until several months ago, as of March 2, 2004. But since he and business partner Stanley Gold launched their campaign to shake up senior management at Disney and highlight what they...

  • A MOUSE EXODUS. DiOrio, Carl // Daily Variety;12/2/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 41, p1 

    Reports on the resignation of Stanley Gold from the board of directors at Walt Disney Co. in Los Angeles, California. Impetus to the resignation; Implications of Gold's resignation for the management of the company's chief executive officer Michael Eisner; Comment of Gold to the departure of...

  • Mouse shareholders: In Roy we trust? Goldsmith, Jill // Variety;3/8/2004, Vol. 394 Issue 4, p7 

    Focuses on the effort of Roy Disney to oust Walt Disney Chairman-CEO Michael Eisner for violating the status of the company as the U.S. cultural icon. Support given by money managers to Roy Disney and Stanley Gold; Percentage of shareholders withholding their support on the reelection of...

  • Disney duo prepping to run alternate slate. Amdur, Meredith // Daily Variety;5/4/2004, Vol. 283 Issue 21, p6 

    Reports on former Walt Disney Co. directors, Stanley Gold and Roy Disney's claim that they are prepared to nominate an alternate slate of Disney board directors if the existing board does not address issues affecting the company. Reasons behind Gold and Disney's plan to unseat chief executive...

  • No rival slate at Disney. Fritz, Ben // Daily Variety;12/6/2004, Vol. 285 Issue 45, p1 

    Reports on the confirmation made by dissident shareholders Roy Disney and Stanley Gold that they will not run an alternate slate of directors at Walt Disney's annual meeting in 2005. Earlier threat to run an alternate meeting; Letter sent by Disney and Gold to the company's board of directors...

  • Anti-Eisner duo: Don't wait. Rose, Marla Matzer // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;9/14/2004, Vol. 385 Issue 33, p3 

    This article focuses on Walt Disney Co. board dissidents Roy E. Disney and Stanley Gold who renewed their drive to oust Michael Eisner from his post as CEO of Disney sooner rather than later. Critics were referring to Disney president and chief operating officer Bob Iger, whom Eisner came out in...

  • Michael Eisner's MOUSE TRAP. Wolff, Michael // Vanity Fair;May2004, Issue 525, p246 

    Reports on the campaign of Roy Disney and Stanley Gold to overthrow Michael Eisner, chief executive officer of Walt Disney Corp. in the U.S. Defense to the virtue of the company; Inquiry into the executive ability of Eisner; Decline in the price of corporation stocks.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics