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Miramax's Future Leadership in Doubt

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Miramax's Future Leadership in Doubt

Miramax's Future Leadership in Doubt

Miramax's Future Leadership in Doubt

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Disputes over budgets, autonomy and compensation have raised tensions between Miramix founders Harvey and Bob Weinstein and parent company Walt Disney. The brothers' contract with Disney is due to expire next year, leading many to speculate whether Disney will oust them from the leadership of Miramax, the former indie film company they founded and turned into a powerhouse. NPR's Kim Masters reports.