Disney names Susan Arnold as new board chair, MLB enters lockout, WTA suspends tennis in China

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Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “Disney names Susan Arnold as new board chair, MLB enters lockout, WTA suspends tennis in China” – below is their description.

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Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman breaks down some of the top national stories, including Susan Arnold’s appointment as Disney’s board chair replacing Bob Iger, the MLB entering a lockout after failing to reach a collective bargaining agreement, and the WTA suspending tournaments in China due to Peng Shuai safety concerns.

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