LOS ANGELES, May 9 (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co Chief Financial Officer Tom Staggs said on Tuesday that higher gasoline prices probably will not have "a large effect" on the company's theme park business. Disney also saw continued strength in its domestic parks business as combined room reservations on the books paced high single digits ahead of the prior year's third quarter, Staggs said. "The increase in gas prices does not appear to be directly affecting our theme park business," Staggs ...
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