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China's Recon Buys 51% Of Millennium Films For $100M

In a deal that was mooted earlier this month, China’s Recon Holding has reached an agreement to acquire a majority stake in Millennium Films. Tony Xia’s Beijing-based Recon, part of the Recon Group which also owns the Aston Villa Football Club, is taking a 51% share for $100M in the company that’s known for such franchises as… 450 more words

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Global Tech M&A Activity Reached Record Levels In 2016, Says EY

For the second straight year, global technology mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity soared to an all-time high in 2016.

The deal-driving tech included cloud computing, smart mobility, social networking, and big data analytics, professional services firm EY revealed in… 255 more words


Private Equity firms demonstrate strong demand for consulting businesses

By Alex White, Managing Director, Head of M&A and Strategic Advisory  Europe, and Ramone Param, Associate Director, Market Intelligence & Buyer Coverage.

Private equity (PE) providers are enthusiastic investors in knowledge intensive business services.   593 more words


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Door knocking isn’t easy for people to get themselves to do, but it actually isn’t hard once you do it. 344 more words


Errol Morris' 'The B-Side' Acquired By Neon

Neon has acquired rights to Errol Morris’ latest documentary The B-Side, which turns the lens on photographer Elsa Dorfman. The pic had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival in the fall and has been playing the fest circuit. 71 more words

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A Three-Legged Stool? – Changing the Defense Acquisition System Paradigm

By Michael Morgan

“Do you want it fast, cheap, or good? You only get two.” This was my introduction to the acquisition system from a friend working on Air Combat Command staff as a fighter aircraft Program Element Monitor. 3,088 more words


Martin Scorsese’s Robert De Niro Pic ‘The Irishman’ Heading To Netflix?

Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro, might be heading to Netflix, which apparently offered $105M for a full buyout of the film this afternoon after its Mexican financier, Gaston Pavlovich of Fabrica de Cine fell out, two sources involved with the project told Deadline tonight. 441 more words

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