Support from across the pond:
Roger Wolfson in HuffPo: The stakes are higher than anyone's admitting.
And finally, my personal favorite: Robert Iger gets 7% raise to $27.7 million a year. By way of context -- if the WGA got everything it was asking for, it would cost Disney $6.25 million a year.
Mr. Iger could write a personal check to end the strike for his whole corporation -- and still have a little over $21 million left over.