Why Disney's doing everything right, and Sony's doing everything wrong.
Jeff takes a look at two similar companies that are run very differently: Disney (DIS) and Sony (SNE).
On one hand, Disney’s found success across all its properties, from its movies and theme parks to its cruise lines and resorts. On the other hand, Sony’s had a difficult time finding the synergy to combine its gaming and movie properties.
Why the difference? Blame it on management.
Join Jeff as he gives some props to Disney and offers some advice to Sony.
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