Ethel Jiang, provided by Published 3:30 am PDT, Wednesday, October 31, 2018 AP Private equity firms are fighting to acquire a stake in the pizza chain Papa John’s, according to Reuters. Shares of the pizza chain rallied 10% following the news. Papa John’s is likely to be valued at $63.50 per share during a potential acquisition, Jefferies analyst Alexander Slagle recently said. Watch Papa John's trade live. Papa John's shares rallied 10% Tuesday after a Reuters report said private equity firms are fighting to acquire a stake in the pizza chain. Reuters reports, Bain Capital and CVC Capital Partners are among the private equity firms competing to buy a stake.* Private equity firms KKR & Co and Roark Capital have also been vying for Papa John’s, with binding offers expected in the next few weeks, according to Reuters' sources. Hedge fund Trian Fund Management, an investor in fast-food chain Wendy's that had expressed interest in … [Read more...] about Papa John’s spikes after a report says private equity firms are fighting for a stake in the pizza chain (PZZA)
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Business Audience members sit inside a 4DX theater at the Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 movie theater in Los Angeles on April 21. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg) by Steven Zeitchik by Steven Zeitchik Email the author April 30 Email the author LAS VEGAS — The owners of America’s movie theaters are having a few good months, with February's “Black Panther” an all-time box-office winner and this weekend’s “Avengers: Infinity War” enjoying the biggest weekend opening ever — $250 million. But that encouraging news conceals a more disruptive set of forces that threatens to … [Read more...] about MoviePass aims to help theaters survive in the digital age. But is the subscription service too good to be true?
For years, if you wanted to make an investment in the stock market on the company that made BlackBerry phones, you needed to buy the shares of Research In Motion, which went by the ticker symbol RIMM on NASDAQ. But amid all of the hoopla of the new BlackBerry 10 OS, and the new BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10 handsets, the company has dropped the old name and will be known as BlackBerry. But this will not start until Monday, February 4th. Starting this coming Monday, those who look up stock quotes in the paper will find BlackBerry under "B," no longer under "R". If you're watching CNBC or even watching the ticker on your Apple iPhone, the new symbol is BBRY. And don't think that only stock traders or companies that print checks and business cards are affected. Right here at PhoneArena, we are undergoing a very rapid, but deep reprogramming of our thought process to remove RIM and replace it with BlackBerry. Some of this training involves sitting us in front of a QWERTY keyboard that … [Read more...] about RIM’s new BlackBerry name and stock market ticker symbol take effect February 4th
0. phoneArena posted on 29 Jan 2014, 08:44 Ever since Canadian BlackBerry saw a telling reverse in its fortunes, it has always been a question of when whether then if somebody else will snatch up the conservative enterprise niche. If Apple's CEO and CFO, Tim Cook and Steve Oppenheimer, are to be believed, that time has come, for the two were reportedly very enthusiastic about sharing figures of their performance in the enterprise market, and for a pretty good reason. According to the Apple execs, the numbers are "unbelievable", with the majority of Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies now partnering with the Cupertino-based manufacturer... This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here posted on 29 Jan 2014, 08:47 2 1. bucky (Posts: 3480; Member since: 30 Sep 2009) As much as I love my iPhone 5s, until they start allowing the iPhone to be connected as a usb hdd and add files as attachment to emails I simply don't see it working out as quickly as they … [Read more...] about Comments for : Apple CEO: sales in the enterprise market are “unbelievable”
PC-gaming enthusiasts have been feeling the effects of the cryptocurrency boom (the latest boom, mind you) for some time now, with graphics-card availability low and card prices for most midrange and high-end cards way over original MSRPs. In addition to being a general annoyance (who wants to work this hard to buy a single component?), it's putting a gigantic damper on the DIY approach to building or upgrading a gaming PC. But if you're determined and ready to put in some work, we have a few strategies you can deploy to track down a powerful graphics card, if you really need one, without spending an outrageous sum. You have essentially a handful of options. You might snag a "parts bundle" deal and sell off the components you don't need, keeping only the graphics card. You can buy a complete, pre-built system from a custom shop or an OEM such as Dell or HP, and skip the DIY process altogether. Alternatively, you can buy a pre-built system and break it up, keeping just the card. In … [Read more...] about Graphics Card Price Wars: How to Score a Card (If You Must)