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ORLANDO-Walt Disney World is giving four executives new management roles in a musical chairs scenario the theme park operator plays out periodically.

Greg Emmer, vice president of the Magic Kingdom attraction, fills a new spot as head of new-attractions development. Erin Wallace, vice president of resort operations, moves into Emmer’s position at Magic Kingdom.

Tom Wolber, head of resort business integration, replaces Malcolm Ross as vice president of Disney-MGM Studios. Ross ran the studios division for five years. He replaces Wallace as vice president of resort operations and will oversee six resorts including the BoardWalk Inn and Villas, and the Yacht and Beach Club.

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