By Emily Eldridge
Today's economic climate is challenging for any corporation. One industry seems particularly lost -- film. Unfathomable budgets have led to major losses and far fewer successful franchises. Home entertainment distribution virtually imploded with on-demand, Redbox and iTunes. 3D is being forced on the public (and theater operators), but many are still skeptical of the price. And during this unstable time, Disney CEO Bob Iger fired the chairman of Disney Studios, arguably the most beloved major studio, leaving many inside and outside the industry to speculate on what's next for the company. Applicable to any modern corporation, my only thought is one word: opportunity.