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Disney’s Iger on Shanghai Resort, ESPN, Tax Reform

By Bloomberg
16 June 2017   |   3:08 pm
Bob Iger, chief executive officer at Walt Disney Co., talks with Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie about the success of the company’s Shanghai Disney Resort, plans for the growth of ESPN, and the prospect of U.S. tax reform.

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