Tags » Buyout

14-year-old businessman turns down $30M buyout opportunity for first-aid vending machine

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push();

Public domain image

The inventor of RecMed first-aid vending machine is 14-year-old Taylor Rosenthal
The young CEO turned down a $ 30M buyout opportunity… 14 more words

Arnold Applies for Flood Buy Out Grants

ARNOLD (KMOX) — The city of Arnold wants to buy more than a dozen flood prone properties and tear them down.

City Administrator Bryan Richison says 16 homes in the Sterling Estates subdivision near the Meramec River were so badly damaged they may be eligible for flood buy out grants — available to homes covered by flood insurance in a 100 year flood plain. 72 more words

Comcast Buys Dreamworks Animation For 3.8 Billion

Dreamworks Animation is Disney’s biggest rival in the animation community. So, it’s no surprise that people were looking to buy it. So, The Wall Street Journal… 109 more words


Yahoo's Most Vocal Critic Is Now on Its Board

Yahoo might not have a suitor just yet, but it did make a rather surprising move on Wednesday.

The beleaguered search company just announced that it has brought on four new independent directors to its board, including activist investor and Starboard Value CEO Jeffrey Smith, the company’s most outspoken critic over the last year. 738 more words


Virgin alantic buyout

Competition kills profits.

Airlines have been posting losses annually.

This forced a trend to consolidate airline firms.

This consolidation will reduce competition, allowing prices to be set higher thus allowing more sustainable levels of profit.

Introducing Audio Sweets


Audio Sweets is a radio imaging tool kit from S2blue, containing a continuously updated library of beds, promo & sweeper shells, sound design, utilities, breaks, artist drops & song drops. 730 more words

1-on-1 with UK AD Barnhart: Bowl or bust?

The expression “bowl or bust” is a popular one among college football fan bases whose coaches are struggling to get rebuilding programs over the hump. That’s exactly where Kentucky and Mark Stoops stand as he enters Year 4 of the Wildcats’ reclamation project. 527 more words

SEC News