Life's A Joy: My Third Attempt At A Pop-Culture TL

So, let's start with the very beginning. Ron Miller and the Disney board of directors had agreed to the sale of Walt Disney Productions. The '70s were rough on the studio. Rumored bids were already coming in: Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Marriott, Virgin (owned by businessman Richard Branson), New York businessman Donald Trump, Sony, and Atlanta cable entrepreneur Ted Turner.
 
The real bids for Walt Disney Productions were made available:
-Berkshire Hathaway, an investment holding company owned by Warren Buffett, Omaha investor and son of Fmr. U.S. Sen. Howard Buffett.
-Sony, the Japanese electronics conglomerate
-William Rosenberg, the founder of Dunkin' Donuts
-Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets
-Coca-Cola, soft drink giant
-PepsiCo, soft drink giant
-Ted Turner, Atlanta cable entrepreneur
 
The three final contenders to acquire Disney, the film studio founded by legendary animator Walt Disney have been named: Soft drink giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, as well as Berkshire Hathaway, an investment company owned by Omaha, Nebraska-area investor Warren Buffett.
 
The three final contenders to acquire Disney, the film studio founded by legendary animator Walt Disney have been named: Soft drink giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, as well as Berkshire Hathaway, an investment company owned by Omaha, Nebraska-area investor Warren Buffett.
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