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Google's acquisition of Twitch for $1 billion reportedly confirmed

According to VentureBeat, citing sources familiar with the matter, Google has reached an agreement with Twitch to acquire the live streaming video platform for $ 1 billion. 241 more words

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GIFT SHOP Magazine Sold

By Samantha Wood | Folio: magazine online | July 23, 2014

Pinnacle Publishing Group sold GIFT SHOP Magazine to Great American Media Services.

Terms of the deal have not been disclosed. 117 more words

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Sale of international development consultancy to AECOM

We are pleased to announce the successful sale of our long-term client, ACE International Consultants (ACE), to AECOM Technology Corporation.

ACE is an international development consulting business headquartered in Spain, providing economic and project management consultancy to a wide range of governments in emerging economies. 238 more words

Consulting M&A Deals

Two MAC Acquisitions

There are three things (remotely beauty-related things) that moved Monday into great day territory. First, I actually got up off my ass and successfully de-potted some MAC eyeshadows and blushes and I didn’t burn my house down or anything along those lines. 437 more words


Chernin and AT&T Set to Buy Control of Fullscreen YouTube Network

Fullscreen, the YouTube network that has been talking to prospective buyers for months, is ready to make a deal. Sources familiar with the company say it is finalizing a deal to sell a majority stake to Otter Media, the joint venture between AT&T and the Chernin Group. 278 more words


Google acquires 3D graphics firm drawElements for upwards of $10 million

Google has acquired 3D graphics firm drawElements, which offers cutting-edge GPU quality analysis solutions. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, although ArcticStartup reports that it has narrowed down the dollar value to eight figures.

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There Have Been No Google-Spotify Acquisition Talks

When last we checked in, The Wall Street Journal was surmising, based on a public cocktail between AOL CEO Tim Armstrong and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer in Sun Valley, that a merger could possibly be afoot between their companies. 493 more words