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    Politics 28000 Layoffs coming to Disney's domestic theme parks - statement from Josh D'Amaro

    Glad to see the mods are censoring any criticism directed towards the CA government and their policies forcing Disney to close while allowing other theme parks in the area to operate unbothered, I'm sure that had no effect on all these layoffs........
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    Politics 28000 Layoffs coming to Disney's domestic theme parks - statement from Josh D'Amaro

    I guess on the bright side, the overwhelmingly majority of layoffs are just part time workers
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    So is there a composite of average wait times across the days of the week? Seems like Saturdays/Sundays are by far the busiest but wanted to see which weekdays are usually the best to visit on
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    Disney's FY20 Q3 Earnings (8/4/20)

    Insiders are wonderful at telling you what new attractions are coming or whether the new Mickey shirt is coming in blue or red. They're absolutely clueless when it comes to understanding the broader operations of one of the largest multinational companies on the planet and the subsequent...
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    Disney's FY20 Q3 Earnings (8/4/20)

    All the doom and gloom insiders of late really not looking good right now. Disney is not on the verge of bankruptcy, they're not going to seriously entertain selling off the China parks to stay above water, this company is fine and all the insiders are vastly exaggerating things as evidenced by...
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    On layoffs, very bad attendance, and Iger's legacy being one of disgrace

    Those expecting the street to be surprised by anything in Disney's 10-K today are going to be extremely disappointed
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    The Red Button Option

    The death count in FL and across the country has done nothing but accelerate upwards for the past 2 weeks since this post, new case count declining but consistently at around 9-10k a day. So where do we stand with shutting down all/some of the parks again? Also would imagine Trump banning...
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    The Red Button Option

    If you thought the last 48 hours were bad just wait for the next 48, TX with a 50% daily case increase today and about 40% daily deaths increase. Obviously TX isn't FL but things seem to be trending downward very very quickly here in the last few days
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    The Red Button Option

    Do the rising cases among cast members currently in the park that Disney is trying to keep hush hush going to move the needle for this decision or is it strictly looking at the death rate?
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    Do you think that Disney world will reclose its gates due to the rising number of COVID cases in Florida and around the country?

    Everyone here is focusing on all the wrong markers, the rising case count/hospitalizations don't matter to Disney, all they care about is politically whether or not the governor is going to shut them down, thats the only thing that will cause them to close
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    Do you think that Disney world will reclose its gates due to the rising number of COVID cases in Florida and around the country?

    Disney's decision has been to not make a decision, they are deferring everything to state/city officials and will do everything they can to keep the parks open until the government tells them to close.
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    Do you think that Disney world will reclose its gates due to the rising number of COVID cases in Florida and around the country?

    What markers are they looking at to decide go/no go? Beyond the obvious county/state government shutting them down
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Florida just closed all bars, I do not see how Disney can argue bars shouldn't be open but theme parks should
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    What's Still On and What's Now Off

    Bahahah what a ****show, going to be hard to sell "happiest place on earth" with these kind of restrictions until Sept/Aug as planned. Parks are going to be unrecognizable for the rest of 2020
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    Disney to start Furloughs April 19th

    This is a big deal and not for the immediately obvious reasons. Trying to rehire and retrain these employees when the parks eventually open up is a nightmare. Re-opening the parks is quite literally going to be like opening them for the first time
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