The Disney-owned entertainment conglomerate is a global phenomenon.
And, as the Disney-branded characters and brands spread worldwide, so does the company’s financial success.
As a result, the company is one of the most financially successful in the world.
The company has generated revenues of $8.8 billion in fiscal year 2018, which included the release of the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Its current operating profit, which includes $4.9 billion in revenue, was $5.4 billion, or a 52.7 percent increase over fiscal year 2017.
This was despite the fact that the film’s opening grossed only $3.8 million domestically.
And while Disney-produced films like “The Jungle Book,” “Frozen,” and “The Lion King” made a splash in the U.S., the company also has a huge international presence.
It has titles like “Zootopia,” “The Incredibles 2,” “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” “Coco,” and many more.
Its film division, Pixar, is the world’s largest film studio.
For years, the Disney empire has enjoyed an enviable position as a global leader in entertainment and has been in the top 20 in the global box office for a decade.
Its movies have also been among the highest-grossing films in history.
But its financial success has been uneven, with revenue in the company going through the roof.
And as of fiscal year 2019, its profit was $8,066 million, a 49.6 percent increase from fiscal year 2016.
The biggest growth came from its animated films, which were up 58.6% year-over-year, thanks to “Cars 2,” which grossed $1.1 billion.
But the company had to trim revenue by $1 billion in order to cover the loss of the original “Car,” which had been sold to Warner Bros. in 2011.
In 2018, the Walt Disney Co. had a net loss of $1,068 million, or about 19 cents per share.
The company lost $724 million on a loss of more than $1 trillion.
Disney shares rose 3.7% to $76.85 at 3:07 p.m. in New York.
The S&P 500 index was up 1.2%.