One month ago, in this post, I wrote "Personally I’d like to see Steve Jobs on the Disney board. Heck, I’d like to see him as CEO."
Today the New York Times is saying that I may just get the first part of that wish:
A deal would involve the sale of Mr. Jobs’s Pixar Animation Studios for
more than $6.8 billion to Disney, according to three people apprised of
the negotiations. The sale, whose terms are still being negotiated,
would make Mr. Jobs a major shareholder and director at Disney, which
has been trying to find its footing in the changing world of animation.
That was almost too easy. Maybe something a bit harder this time. Personally I’d like to see Disney name me CEO and give free lifetime passes to everybody who reads this.
Cross your fingers…