Disney To Lay Off About 7,000 Employees as It Cuts $5.5 Billion in Costs


In the company’s first earnings report since Bob Iger returned as C.E.O., it exceeded Wall Street’s expectations. But about 7,000 employees are expected to be laid off.

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