Thursday, February 7, 2008

Its over!


Former Disney CEO and current CNBC show host Michael Eisner, appeared on CNBC's Fast Money telling host Dylan Ratigan that the Writers Guild of America strike "is over."

"It's over. They made the deal, they shook hands on the deal. It's going, on Saturday, to the writers. A deal has been made. They'll be back to work very soon," Eisner predicted. "I know it's over."

"One thing that is great is, talent will win out. Talented writers will get new deals," Eisner said. "But for the short term it was a mistake."

After Eisner's appearance on CNBC, shares of Disney jumped 1% and shares of CBS Corp. jumped about 2% in after-hours trading.

1 comment:

skomalley said...

Thank, God! Now kids can stop killing time by playing outdoors, reading, having intimate conversation with friends and family, giving back to the community, or doing their homework and get back to watching the average American 4-6 hours of t.v. a day!

Whoo, for a minute there I was worried that America's IQ would keep going up, and they'd stop buying shit they didn't need, isolating themselves from the community, and adopting soulless consumerist values.