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Disney's theme parks perform well despite Hurricane Irma

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Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()

The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) ended its 2017 fiscal year with yet another strong performance — the theme park division included. Disney's theme park segment ended the year with $18.4 billion in revenue, up 8.8 percent from $16.9 billion reported at the end of fiscal-year 2016. Fourth-quarter earnings were also up 6.3 percent at $4.66 billion, compared to $4.38 billion for the same quarter last year. Here's some more from Disney's official earnings release: Walt Disney World's latest addition,…
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