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DIS Jan 2025 115.000 put

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9.650.00 (0.00%)
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前收市價9.65
開市9.90
買盤0.00
賣出價0.00
拍板115.00
到期日2025-01-17
今日波幅9.65 - 10.10
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成交量169
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  • Bloomberg

    Disney’s Activist Investor Publishes Plan to ‘Restore the Magic’

    (Bloomberg) -- Nelson Peltz has published his manifesto for change at Walt Disney Co., as the activist prepares to face off against the entertainment giant at an investor meeting next month.Most Read from BloombergSupreme Court Rules Trump Can Appear on Presidential BallotsAmerica Blew Almost $2 Trillion. Make It Stop.Wall Street’s DEI Retreat Has Officially BegunChina Scraps Premier Li's Briefing, Breaking Years of ConventionChicago to Go Ahead With Plan to Revamp Empty Downtown TowersIn a 133-

  • Reuters

    Trian blames 'poor oversight' for Disney's problems in its push for board seats

    Billionaire U.S. investor Nelson Peltz on Monday said media and entertainment company Walt Disney had gambled away a "winning hand" and blamed "poor oversight" from its board, which he wants to be elected to next month. In a 133-page-long presentation, the founder of Trian Fund Management argued that Disney was slow to adapt to industry changes including streaming, made errors in its acquisition strategy and bungled succession planning, leaving a "leadership void." Trian is pushing for two seats on Disney's board and said Peltz and former Disney Chief Financial Officer Jay Rasulo are the right candidates to bring fresh blood to the boardroom.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Trian blames 'poor oversight' for Disney's problems in its push for board seats

    Billionaire U.S. investor Nelson Peltz on Monday said media and entertainment company Walt Disney had gambled away a "winning hand" and blamed "poor oversight" from its board, which he wants to be elected to next month. In a 133-page-long presentation, the founder of Trian Fund Management argued that Disney was slow to adapt to industry changes including streaming, made errors in its acquisition strategy and bungled succession planning, leaving a "leadership void." Trian is pushing for two seats on Disney's board and said Peltz and former Disney Chief Financial Officer Jay Rasulo are the right candidates to bring fresh blood to the boardroom.