Jeff Bezos, the founder of online retailing giant Amazon.com has agreed to buy the Washington Post for $250 million. Jeff Bezos has made the investment in his personal capacity and not from his company Amazon.com. The Washington Post Co. will sell its flagship newspaper but will keep the Kalpan education division and other businesses of the group.
A whopping £88 million have been offered to the Pinewood Shepperton by the property giant Peel Holdings for acquisition.
It is the same group that that is responsible for the development of the MediaCityUK, and is one of the most prominent and diversified real estate, transport, and infrastructure companies situated in the United Kingdom.
Anheuser Busch-InBev purchased Goose Island Beer Co. for around $38.8 million last week. This has been the highest sale price of a craft brewer till date.
Goose Island is very popular and is widely known for its flagships like 312 Urban Ale, Honkers Ale, and Matilda. They have also publicized for Bourbon County Scout.
As Eric Schmidt stops, Larry Page, the co-founder of Google have become the new CEO.
Google co-founder Larry Page is now formally the chief executive of this search engine giant. This has already been announced on Jan 20, 2011.
Eric Schmidt, who was previously the Chief Executive, will now be Executive Chairman, while Sergey Brin would be still recognized as the co-founder.
- Pebble launches its App Store on Android smartphones
- Oscar Mayer unveils new ‘Wake Up & Smell the Bacon’ alarm-clock app for iPhone
- Dyson launches a quieter, more efficient bladeless fan
- Samsung reveals new Black Edition models of Galaxy S4 and S4 Mini
- Panasonic announces Lumix DMC-GH4 camera with built-in 4K video recording