The investment banker turned media mogul turned New York City mayor is heading back to run the company he founded. And as Bloomberg expands its news operation into magazines, politics, and more, his first order of business should be to buy CNN.
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Jeff Bewkes doesn’t like big media mergers, but that doesn’t mean he won’t make a good deal, from Rupert Murdoch or another bidder. He’ll do whatever creates the most value for shareholders, and now that most likely means selling.
IPOs are booming, but they have been overshadowed by high-profile, headline-grabbing mergers and acquisitions.
The star-crossed companies began wooing each other a full year before they made it to the altar and consummated their corporate marriage, adding sizable girth as their already well-endowed coffers. Yuck!
The online travel company is paying a 46% premium to buy OpenTable to expand into a different category of online bookings.
Interestingly, many of these incidents occurred on Thanksgiving Day. Updated.
Stay home. It’s warm and there’s cocoa!
Whether you’re a shopaholic or not, you must visit them all.
All other “holidays” should just stop trying.
Why bother with a store when they can bring it to your door?
On cable news, MSNBC still proves to be the place for politics.
The three factors behind a massive wave of consolidation.
The little things really add up. Admit it: there’s a small part of you that relates to the ladies on Extreme Couponing.
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Online shopping is convenient, but sifting through everything to find the best deals isn’t. So we did the work for you! Read on for today’s best Internet deals.
If you were a cat, what would you want for the holidays?
Getting the family pet the perfect Christmas gift can be awfully challenging. Luckily, these little creatures are not that hard to please. Here are some gifts that will be just purrfect for your favorite feline.
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In this market, you can really find some great bargains.
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Without Craigslist we might never know about amazing deals like this 1997 Infiniti J30, for only $2200, with just a few tiny cosmetic and mechanical flaws, most of which “will go unnoticed if your passenger has had more than 4-5 alcoholic beverages.” (via Defamer)
For the last-minute holiday shopper or the Dell fan: a McCain-Palin Campaign clearance sale! Shop used Blackberrys, coffee tables, and Ethernet cables, all at bargain-basement prices. If you know someone in Arlington, VA, get them on the horn, because this is a piece of history that you don’t want to miss.
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CBS is buying CNET for $1.8 billion. In a surprise move, the broadcast giant is snapping up CNET’s large network of online sites.
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