fred84

    • fred84fred84
      ·11-30 08:44
      0Comment
      Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-29
      0Comment
      Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-28
      0Comment
      Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-27

      Microsoft likely faces FTC antitrust investigation into Activision acquisition

      Yahoo Finance tech editor Dan Howley discusses the likelihood of an antitrust challenge to Microsoft's planned acquisition of Activision Blizzard. Video Transcript - Well, shares of Activision Blizzard are falling this morning after a political report suggesting the FTC is likely to file an antitrust lawsuit to block Microsoft's deal for the group. Let's bring in Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley, who is covering that for us this morning. Dan, a pretty strongly worded statement coming out of Activision Blizzard saying any suggestion that this deal is anticompetitive is simply absurd. ADVERTISEMENT DAN HOWLEY: Yeah, that's right. This is a megadeal, right? This is one of the biggest, if not the biggest acquisition by Microsoft ever-- $69 billion to purchase Activision Blizzard. There's two parts to this deal that are very important for the company. Number one is "Call of Duty." That game is basically a yearly release and brings in millions and millions of players. In the first 10 days that the
      39218
      Report
      Microsoft likely faces FTC antitrust investigation into Activision acquisition
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-27
      0Comment
      Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-26
      0Comment
      Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-25

      Apple Interested in Buying Manchester United: Report

      Tech giant $Apple(AAPL.US)$ is considering buying Manchester United (MANU), according to The Daily Star. The British tabloid newspaper, without citing any sources, said Apple's chief executive Tim Cook, was interested in paying GBP5.8 billion for the storied Premier League football club. CEO Tim Cook is keen to explore the opportunities owning United could provide -- and will line up talks with the banks appointed to oversee the sale, which include The Raine Group." -wrote the Daily Star on Thursday. The newspaper said that a purchase by Apple would make Man Utd the richest club in the world. However, given a number of other clubs such as Newcastle United, owned by Saudia Arabia, have the resources of wealthy countries who do not need to apply commercial logic to their holdings, this claim is incorrect. Apple could not be reached for comment. Manchester United did not reply to a request for comment. Man Utd has been put in play after American owners the Glazers this week said they were
      1828
      Report
      Apple Interested in Buying Manchester United: Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-25
      0Comment
      Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-24
      0Comment
      Report
    • fred84fred84
      ·11-23
      0Comment
      Report
       
       
       
       

      Most Discussed

       
       
       
       
       

      Company: TTMF Limited. Tech supported by Xiangshang Yixin.

      Email:uservice@ttm.financial