Benzinga Buzz: The latest on Ye, Disney, Twitter’s new CEO, Oscars…

Benzinga Buzz: The latest on Ye, Disney, Twitter’s new CEO, Oscars…


Every week, Gasoline Buzz brings you the latest entertainment news into one cohesive column. Read on for the latest updates – both useful and irreverent.

  • For sale: Nazi shoes, never worn. Adidas (OTC: ADDDF) (OTC: ADDYY) got stuck with Yeezy worth more than $1.3 billion The shoes have been in storage ever since separated from them KanyeWest about the anti-Semitic, Nazi-sympathetic rants. The sportswear company has now decided to sell the merchandise because “burning the merchandise would not be a solution,” according to the CEO Bjorn Gulden called. west will continue to be involved in every sale and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to charities. And like that Charlotte KnoblochPresident of the Jewish community in Munich and Upper Bavaria, predicted already in March: Yeezy products will come back “as if nothing happened.”
  • Hello, he will go. Linda Yaccarinothe global head of advertising Comcast Corporation CMCSA NBC Universal, is is expected to be replaced Elon Musk as Twitter CEO. That makes sense. Twitter desperately needs a grown-up in the room. When Musk first came on board, the social media platform lost one significant number of advertisers. In the meantime, Tucker Carlson – who during his time deterred advertisers now defunct prime time Fox show – announced that he is a “new version” of his show on Twitter. Good luck, Linda!
  • Blow into the cartridge. Nintendo doesn’t work. profits and sales Nintendo NTDOY are far below. And yet, Super Mario (the beloved plumber who practically carries the company on his back) saw his film more than rake in $1 billion at the box office. That’s how we are these days: instead of playing video games at home, we watch them in the cinema.

  • Disney Discussions. governor Ron DeSantis‘favorite company, Walt Disney Co. DIS, things are not going well in India. But after that thousands laid off the employee, CEO Bob Iger recently announced: “We are satisfied with our performance…”


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