Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #acquisitions

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“Deutsche Post acquires DHL The partnership with DHL International, which began with the acquisition of a minority interest in 1998, is expanded and intensified in 2000. Negotiations were then concluded allowing Deutsche Post to establish a majority interest from January 1, 2002. In July 2002, Deutsche Post acquires a 25-percent share in DHL from Lufthansa Cargo and increases its majority stake to 75 percent. At the time, DHL Worldwide Express had more than 71,000 employees worldwide. A pioneer in global express shipping, DHL's international network links over 220 countries and territories. DHL becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of the Group in December 2002 after Deutsche Post AG acquires the remaining shares from two investment funds and Japan Airlines.” #acquisitions #my_interests #cartels #toread
2008 #via:pins #search_engines #google_alts #davids #$kippt_bookmark_lists #niche #web_portals #web_lore #acquisitions #IAC
A list of recent and historical mergers and acquisitions on the US stock market, including detailed history from 1998 to 2021. #public_companies #best_of #stocks #acquisitions #lists #pub
"All Media Guide (commonly known as AMG), is an American company that owns and maintains Allmusic, Allgame and Allmovie. AMG was founded in 1990 by popular-culture archivist Michael Erlewine. In late 2007, Macrovision (now Rovi Corporation) acquired AMG for a reported $72 million.[1]" #ballers #acquisitions #content_based #SEO #whitehat #automated #data_driven #pub
www.futureadvisor.com
Acquired by Blackrock or Blackstone in 2015 #subsidiary_products #acquisitions #established_company #tier:3 #pub
news.ycombinator.com
" Many of the products were acquisitions, though often at a very early stage in the product's lifecycle. Off the top of my head, acquisitions: HipChat, Bitbucket, GreenHopper (now JIRA Agile), SourceTree, FishEye, Crucible, Clover, Crowd, Bamboo." Atlassian's acquisitions #acquisitions #ballers #pub
#online_dating #acquisitions #sites #IAC #subsidiaries #money #nostalgia #affiliate_marketing #pub
#online_dating #acquisitions #sites #IAC #subsidiaries #money #nostalgia #affiliate_marketing #pub
"Online dating service and IAC property Match.com is getting into the highly-targeted subscription dating game with the acquisition of People Media, which it is taking off the hands of publicly traded PE firm American Capital and a host of other investors for $80 million in cash. The deal includes the purchase of about 27 targeted dating sites with a combined 255,000 paying subscribers, including BlackPeopleMeet.com, BBPeopleMeet.com, LDSPlanet.com, SingleParentMeet.com and SeniorPeopleMeet.com." "People Media, founded in 2002, had $11.6 million of EBITDA in 2008 and quotes Jupiter Research as saying the combined revenues of the targeted dating service business are expected to reach $1.2 billion worldwide this year. Still according to the announcement, People Media, besides exclusively powering multiple AOL Personals communities, reaches nearly 4 million internet users each month. Match.com attracted about 5.8 million unique monthly users in May 09 according to comScore and reported $9.9 million in operating income before amortization last year." #online_dating #acquisitions #sites #IAC #subsidiaries #money #nostalgia #affiliate_marketing #pub
$635 million is a lot. Baller for OpenDNS #acquisitions #ballers #money #pub
I didn't even know about Bluefin. Still don't. Quoting, "Independent of other media reports, I have it on good authority that Twitter is acquiring Bluefin Labs, a Cambridge, MA-based startup working on social-media analytics around television. The price I’ve heard is in the neighborhood of $100 million, maybe a little less. Not too shabby. Bluefin Labs started in 2008 out of the MIT Media Lab and has raised about $20 million in venture funding from the likes of Time Warner Investments, SoftBank Capital, Redpoint Ventures, Acacia Woods Ventures, and Lerer Ventures."

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The Crashlytics info (in the article it is relating to Bluefin): "At least one media outlet suggests that Bluefin is Twitter’s biggest acquisition to date. My sources say that is false. Here’s why. Last week, Twitter acquired another Cambridge startup, Crashlytics, which does mobile software and bug-fixing for app developers. Sources with inside knowledge tell me that deal is worth more than $100 million in cash and stock. That number will be a surprise to most people. It blows out of the water the notion that the deal was a relatively low-priced talent acquisition of a young company. Crashlytics has only been around since 2011; it has raised about $6 million from Flybridge Capital Partners, Baseline Ventures, and a lineup of angel investors who are household names in Boston tech. I’m hearing that those angels got a higher-than-10x return on their investment, plus some of their original money back (because the company apparently didn’t spend it). The VCs aren’t complaining either." #not_relevant #acquisitions #twitter #startups #social_media #web_2.0 #analytics #apps #pub
#dns #services #SaaS #subsidiary_products #subsidiaries #subsidiary_sites #acquisitions #cisco #pub
Jesus Christ - another lost cause company. They have basically shut down everything they were bought for. Their current games are 2 Marvel and 1 Star Wars games...all their online games were shuttered in 2014-04. #!TO_TAG_bit #acquisitions #web_2.0 #mobile_games #social_networks #for_kids #subsidiary_products #disney #%wiki #social_gaming #pub
#acquisitions #startups #news #real_estate #YC_funded #zillow #pub