Just curious to see the preferance here between now-ousted CEO Mike Eisner and current CEO Bob Iger. Who do you believe had/has the best plan for Disney, both economic and keeping Walt's ideas going?
I believe that Eisner was Disney's saving grace when he came into power. He worked pretty hard to bring the company back up, at least economically. I do think it's a shame that all of the power went to his head in the last years of his reign. I don't know about Iger and his money practices, but it seems that he has a good idea for keeping Walt's legacy alive. He also seems slightly more personable than Eisner did. What are your thoughts?