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Disney (NYSE: DIS) is, as the saying goes, much more than the sum of its parts. And when those parts include incredible brands like Pixar, Marvel, ESPN, and now LucasFilms, any competition will pale in comparison. But that's not the only trick up Mickey's sleeve.
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