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Pixar Profits Jump on 'Nemo' Sales

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Pixar Profits Jump on 'Nemo' Sales

Pixar Profits Jump on 'Nemo' Sales

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Animation company Pixar reports its third-quarter profits more than tripled, boosted by strong overseas sales of its blockbuster fish tale Finding Nemo. But Pixar Chairman Steve Jobs was silent on whether the company had found a distribution partner to replace the Walt Disney Co. Jobs left open the possibility that Pixar might renew its contract with Disney in 2006. Hear NPR's Kim Masters.

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