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Thousands of Firings Expected After Disney Closes Fox Deal

Newsmax Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Walt Disney Co. completed its $71 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox Inc.'s entertainments assets, and now must get to the task of squeezing out promised cost savings, an effort that will lead to thousands of firings in the film and TV business.With the deal, Disney...
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Like any marriage, Disney (DIS) and Fox will have to figure out how to mesh what each brings to their new union.

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