Disney, former executives settle differences

July 2005
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 between Walt Disney and its former executives.


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