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Tuesday, July 12, 2005 

Not Him Again

George Mitchell?

I really don't like Mitchell. But it isn't for any partisan reason. In fact, it has absolutely nothing to do with politics. It has everything to do with his behavior on the Disney Board of Directors. He was the biggest Eisner apologist of the lot. He also got rewarded very handsomely for it. His law firm got $2 million in work from Disney, he got $50,000 annually for a "consulting" fee, and his $45,000 a year for director's fees and stock options. Loyalty is rewarded, I guess.

Maybe I should just throw in the towel on this. Roy Disney and Stanley Gold have given up the fight, and they had a lot more at stake than me. They must have some hope that Bob Iger will be better than Eisner. I don't think I share that assessment.

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I'm sorry I cannot read Portuguese or else I would check out your blogs. Good to have you reading, Miguel.

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