Diehard gamers have had Tuesday circled on their calendars for months. It's the day that the annual E3 show launches in Los Angeles. E3 stands for "Electronic Entertainment Expo," and the video-game industry can use the excitement. Sales in the sector have generally been sluggish for more than a year.
The toys are back in town, as Disney's
"Just because the moviegoing public seems to have chased Shrek back into the swamp, Disney shareholders shouldn't automatically assume that they'll toss Woody and Buzz into the garage-sale bin as well," our own Nathan Alderman suggests, given Pixar's track record since the original Toy Story debuted 15 years ago.
It's hard to bet against Buzz and Woody.
Until next week, I remain,
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