TOKYO | Japan’s Uzabase to acquire online news platform Quartz

TOKYO — Japanese media startup Uzabase is acquiring Quartz, a New York-based online business news platform, from Atlantic Media. Uzabase’s deal with the U.S. media company is valued at $75 million-$110 million, depending on Quartz’s financial …
( read original story …)


Related Post

So many Japanese people die alone, there’s a...
views 179
KAWASAKI, Japan — There was a putrid smell emanati...
Nagoya yet to mull a casino resort bid: report
views 22
In July the Nikkei Asian Review news outlet had ci...
Japan Nov exports beat expectations as yen tumbles...
views 216
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's export performance impro...
NORAD responds after Russian bombers zoom around J...
views 209
News of this latest Russian provocation came short...
Here’s Who Really Matters at the Bank of Japan: Da...
views 138
In the Japanese context, where monetary policy is ...
Light earthquake, 4.9 mag strikes near Honshu in J...
views 129
A light earthquake magnitude 4.9 (ml/mb) strikes n...
Making Japanese mochi is no easy feat but this Mar...
views 200
"My mom and I both had the biggest smiles on our f...
Osaka wins U.S. Open after Serena meltdown
views 62
Burt Reynolds, whose good looks and charm made him...
Japan rejects calls to invest in bullet train
views 245
Thailand wants Japan to invest in the Shinkansen-l...
Japan's defense minister visits controversial...
views 280
Japan's Kyodo News service reported that Abe, who ...