Jobs’ stake in Disney valued at $3.9 billion

“Steve Jobs, the former chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios Inc., has received shares in The Walt Disney Co. worth $3.9 billion as part of Disney’s acquisition of Pixar, according to a regulatory filing Monday,” The Associated Press reports. “Disney’s purchase of Pixar for $7.4 billion in stock was completed Friday. Pixar shareholders received 2.3 shares of Disney stock in exchange for each of their shares. That makes Jobs the single largest holder of Disney stock with 138 million shares, or 6.3 percent of outstanding stock.”

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  1. Just curious, how exactly does one receive $3.9 Billion in stock? Plain envelope in the mail? Two German couriers? Passenger pigeon?

    Oh, I know, I know . . . . it was hand delivered by Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.

  2. Actual Tergenev, it was two German couriers dressed as carrier pigeons transporting 3.9 billion plain envelopes. That’s why large transfers take so long. And Scrooge McDuck has to sign each certificate.

  3. Karla:

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    And then she puked and choked on her own vomit and died.

    See ya.

    P.S. I really am a good person.

  4. Did Karla Die? Is there a Link? WTF?

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    What happened?

  5. “Since © can’t manage a Google search.

    That was the FIRST thing I did! That was the first link I went to! NOWHERE does it speak of Karla being dead. It just re-tells the story and the last news there is, is of her release in 2005. If she is dead – where is the link?

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