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Disney's streaming leap hooks 28.6 million subscribers, earnings beat forecasts

Reuters Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Walt Disney Co's new streaming service Disney+ reached 28.6 million paying subscribers this week, the company said on Tuesday as it reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street forecasts.
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