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Media Publishing

  • Nov 28- Time Inc, the publisher of Time, People and Fortune magazines, has rejected a takeover bid from billionaire investor Edgar Bronfman Jr., the New York Post reported on Monday. Bronfman, who is a managing partner of private equity firm Accretive LLC, made the bid along with Russian-born billionaire Leonard Blavatnik, the founder of holding company Access...

  • Nov 28- Time Inc, the publisher of Time, People and Fortune magazines, has rejected a takeover bid from billionaire investor Edgar Bronfman Jr., the New York Post reported on Monday. Bronfman, who is a managing partner of private equity firm Accretive LLC, made the bid along with Russian-born billionaire Leonard Blavatnik, the founder of holding company Access...

  • Nov 28- Time Inc, the publisher of People and Fortune magazines, has rejected a takeover bid from billionaire investor Edgar Bronfman Jr., the New York Post reported on Monday. Bronfman Jr. offered $18 per share, the Post reported, valuing Time Inc at $1.78 billion. New York- based Time Inc could not immediately be reached for comment.

  • Ownership change won’t make a big difference: Moleskine CEO

    Moleskine CEO, Arrigo Berni, says Belgian distribution firm D'Ieteren is investing in Moleskine as it believes in the manufacturer’s growth prospects.

  • "Concerns about a' sell-off of Germany' are completely unfounded," Liu told Germany's Handelsblatt newspaper days after news that U.S. authorities had recommended blocking the sale of German chip equipment maker Aixtron by China's Fujian Grand Chip Investment Fund. Liu said China would continue to encourage its firms to invest in Germany despite the U.S....

  • J.K. Rowling

    At a time of bitter disputes over rising income inequality, no one seems to resent the author’s runaway success, the New York Times reports.

  • BERLIN, Nov 24- The German Finance Ministry's controversial idea to sell a stake of just under 50 percent in a planned organisation to manage the country's motorways to enable more efficient infrastructure development has been shelved, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, Economy...

  • BERLIN, Nov 24- The German Finance Ministry's controversial idea to sell a stake of just under 50 percent in a planned organization to manage the country's motorways to enable more efficient infrastructure development has been shelved, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, Economy...

  • BERLIN, Nov 24- The German Finance Ministry's controversial idea to sell a stake of just under 50 percent in the country's motorways to enable more efficient infrastructure development has been shelved, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Transport...

  • BERLIN, Nov 24- The German Finance Ministry's controversial idea to sell a stake of just under 50 percent in the country's motorways to enable more efficient infrastructure development has been shelved, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Transport...

  • BERLIN, Nov 24- The German Finance Ministry's controversial idea to sell a stake of just under 50 percent in the country's motorways to enable more efficient infrastructure development has been shelved, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Transport...

  • BERLIN, Nov 24- The German Finance Ministry's controversial idea to sell a stake of just under 50 percent in the country's motorways to enable more efficient infrastructure development has been shelved, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Transport...

  • Donald Trump views a photo of himself on the cover of The New York Times during an RNC goodbye reception at the Westin Hotel in Cleveland, on Friday, July 22, 2016.

    Donald Trump will meet with journalists from The New York Times, a spokeswoman said hours after his posts on Twitter canceling the meeting.

  • FRANKFURT, Nov 22- Pottermore, J.K. Rowling's digital publishing company, expects to turn a profit in its current fiscal year, buoyed by rising sales of audio books and new ebooks that build on the nearly 20- year-old Harry Potter franchise, the company said on Tuesday. "If ebooks can work for anyone, they are going to work for Harry Potter", said Joseph Evans, a...

  • TORONTO, Nov 18- Postmedia Network Canada Corp will take longer than expected to announce results of its latest buyout offer to employees, a spokeswoman for Canada's largest newspaper chain said on Friday. The publisher of the National Post and a string of major city newspapers that include broadsheets and tabloids across Canada had said on Oct. 20 it was...

  • “Designed by Apple in California" book

    Apple has released a $299 book filled with 450 photographs of Apple products, The Verge reports.

  • Donald Trump views a photo of himself on the cover of The New York Times during an RNC goodbye reception at the Westin Hotel in Cleveland, on Friday, July 22, 2016.

    Typically, investing in a company that is in the crosshairs of the president is a bad idea. Not so much in this case.

  • Students walk past the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house on the University of Virginia campus on December 6, 2014 in Charlottesville, Virginia. On Friday, Rolling Stone magazine issued an apology for discrepancies that were published in an article regarding the alleged gang rape of a University of Virginia student by members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.

    A jury awarded $3 million in damages to a University of Virginia administrator that found was defamed by Rolling Stone magazine's now-retracted story of a gang rape.

  • Nov 7- News Corp, the owner of the Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires and book publisher HarperCollins, reported a quarterly loss as it struggles to cope with a decline in newspaper advertising sales. Revenue in the company's news and information division, which accounts for about two-thirds of total revenue, fell 5.3 percent to $1.22 billion in its first...

  • Nov 7- News Corp, the owner of the Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires and book publisher HarperCollins, reported a 2.4 percent fall in quarterly revenue as it struggles to cope with a decline in newspaper advertising sales. Spending on newspaper advertising in the United States is expected to fall 11 percent this year to about $12 billion, according to media...