This week, the Walt Disney Company reported an 11% rise in its Q3 earnings. A quick glance at its GICS classification would tell you that the company operates in the Consumer Discretionary industry. A closer look, however, using the new Reference report within FactSet's Company/Security tab, reveals that Disney operates in more than 20 different lines of business, including Leisure Goods, Cruise Lines, Educational Services, and Radio.
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