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Disney and the Miramax Chiefs Call It Quits

After protracted negotiations that came to a close with an unexpected level of cooperation, the Walt Disney Company and the founders of Miramax Films drew an anticlimactic end to their stormy 12-year marriage on Tuesday. Disney is left with Miramax's name and its library of 550 films, and Harvey and Bob Weinstein get about $130 million to start a new company.

Read the whole story at The New York Times, March 30, 2005 »

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