Storming the magic kingdom: wall street, the raiders, and the battle for Disney
How the assaults of Wall Street raiders threatened the survival of Walt Disney Productions, and led to a revolution in both the management and the image of the company that embodies every American's childhood; a classic tale of corporate intrigue and Wall Street maneuvering in the 1980s. 8 pages of black-and-white photographs.
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