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Comcast bids for Murdoch's Fox assets in Disney challenge

BBC News Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Comcast bids for Murdoch's Fox assets in Disney challengeThe US media giant has offered to buy 21st Century Fox assets for $65bn in a challenge to Disney.
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Comcast has offered $65 billion for Twenty-First Century Fox media assets. According to Reuters, the all-cash offer for Fox’s movie and TV studios and other assets including the X-Men franchise opens a war with Walt Disney. Disney had already offered $52 billion in stock for the acquisition....

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