When Michael Eisner hands over the keys to Disney's Magic Kingdom on Friday after 21 years of running the media giant, he'll leave behind a stormy legacy -- brilliant early success mixed later with
executive turmoil, an operational slump and a shareholder revolt. But industry experts say that ironically, as Eisner says farewell as Disney's chief executive officer, the company has begun to return
to the double-digit earnings growth that marked his first decade running Disney with late president Frank Wells.
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