Walt Disney sheds 28,000 jobs at theme parks as pandemic bites
- Company blames limited attendance at reopened parks
- Disney posted $4.72bn loss in second quarter
Walt Disney announced it was laying off 28,000 employees from its theme park business on Tuesday, the latest company to announce huge jobs cuts in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The entertainment company blamed limited attendance at the theme parks it has reopened and the continuing closure of others for the “difficult decision”.