The chairman of Disney's movie studio has stepped down after overseeing a string of expensive failures culminating in "John Carter," which is expected to lose $200 million. Analysts say Ross' departure raises broader questions about CEO Bob Iger's strategy for revitalizing the company's movies division. "There are real problems in Disney's core content business ... and Iger hasn't fixed them," says media analyst Laura Martin. "If Iger loses another $200 million, his job could be on the line," Martin adds.
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