So it would appear that things are not as wonderful in WonderLand as Disney's record earnings reported last year would lead us to believe?
Now Mr Mouse is looking at possible cutbacks and layoffs instead.
Advances in technology are said to be leading this streamlining project, but could it be a case of too many acquisitions in the past few years, coupled to stagnation in it's main markets?
Whatever the cause, Disney like many American corporations once again looks after it's shareholders rather than it's biggest growth potential asset - it's employees. The sort of short termism that blights the UK's economy.
Meanwhile if you think your regular brand of coffee isn't tasting as good as it once did, that's if you can afford to stick to the same brand, then your taste buds are not deceiving you.
No it's the coffee manufacturers themselves who are doing a bit of deceiving!
Going by market sales buyers have been purchasing more of the cheaper Robusta beans than the more expensive Arabica ones. Which means that blending ratios have been altered to include more of the cheaper beans than before. Hence your taste buds reactions.
Personally and because I can still afford too I stick with one quality brand, but I also treat my daughters to the odd jar of other brand quality coffee when I'm home.
The unravelling Jimmy Saville saga is certainly showing us what was going on behind the scenes all those years ago.
Nick, nick, Jim Davidson has been helping the police with their enquiries. Dave Lee Travis has also been down to the local nick for a talk. Gary Glitter and Freddie Starr have both been in the news again.
Now it appears Stuart Hall should not have been allowed out to play either. Next they'll be telling us Eddie Waring was playing away from home!
Finally, it looks like the Kulluk saga has come to a successful ending, with her off the rocks and safely anchored in Kiliuda Bay.
I think Shell have been extremely lucky over this incident, let's hope we all have a successful day today, take care out there.