Displaying items 25-36 of 2067 » View baltimoresun.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-173 Next >
The Wall Street JournalIn recent years, McDonald's Corp. has puzzled over how to expand beyond two core markets, young men and children. But now, it is facing a bigger problem: the loss of some of its kids' business. Sales of its Happy Meals have fallen three years in a row....
Tags: Sandwiches, Restaurants, McDonald's, Ecosystems, Toys
The Wall Street JournalA growing number of companies have changed a policy that has long hurt job hoppers: They are allowing new employees to start contributing to the company retirement plan immediately. Companies have traditionally made new employees wait up to a year before...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHeard the one about the "pro forma" corporate golf game? You drop your five worst holes, then total your score. As third-quarter earnings-reporting season dawns, Congress and regulators have made it clear they want companies to stop "spinning" their...
Los Angeles TimesBURBANK, Calif. - Walt Disney Co. directors tapped President Robert A. Iger yesterday to succeed Chief Executive Michael D. Eisner, writing the final chapter for an often stormy 21-year reign during which the company mushroomed from a moribund studio into...
The Wall Street JournalWhat do high-definition TV, flat-panel displays and utility computing have in common? You ignore them at your peril. These are three technologies that have crossed the line -- from the possible to the real, from the future to the present. They...
Sun ReporterTV or not TV? That was once the question, but not anymore. The lines are disappearing between the two-dimensional realm of television and the three-dimensional worlds of retailing and entertainment. In Washington, viewers of the Discovery Channel can...
The Wall Street JournalBig-time racehorses are often bankrolled by a syndicate of many investors. So why should "Seabiscuit" be any different? The film version of Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book about a Depression-era racing champ, whose 1938 race at Pimlico Race...
The Wall Street JournalJust as it rewrote the rules of television programming with its hit comedies and dramas, HBO is now trying to rewrite its business plan. One of the biggest performers for its New York-based parent, Time Warner Inc., HBO has increased its revenue 50...
Tomorrow - The Agronomist: Jonathan Demme, keeping his hand in documentaries and pursuing his fascination with Haiti (previously reflected in a CD compilation of Haitian music), tells the story of the volatile Caribbean nation through the dissident...
Sun StaffPHILADELPHIA -- Michael D. Eisner was toppled from his position as chairman of Walt Disney Co. Wednesday night when the company's board responded to an extraordinary shareholder protest by naming former Maine Sen. George Mitchell to the position....
Mar 3, 2003 |Story| Baltimoresun.com
Dec 1, 2003 |Story| Baltimoresun.com
Oct 14, 2002 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 14, 2005 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Feb 29, 2004 |Story| Associated Press
Apr 14, 2003 |Story| Baltimoresun.com
Jul 9, 1998 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 28, 2003 |Story| Baltimoresun.com
Jan 12, 2004 |Story| Baltimoresun.com
May 20, 2004 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Mar 3, 2004 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 30, 2001 |Story| Associated Press
Original site for The Walt Disney Co. topic gallery.