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Amazon is nearing a deal to accumulate MGM Studios, the co-owner of the “James Bond” franchise and different TV and movie collection, for between $8.5 billion and $9 billion, in line with folks acquainted with the matter. The deal is anticipated to be introduced as quickly as Tuesday.
The Wall Avenue Journal reported earlier Monday that the deal may very well be introduced this week.
A deal may very well be introduced this week, stated the individual, who requested to not be named as a result of the talks are non-public. It could mark Amazon’s greatest acquisition because it purchased Entire Meals in 2017 for $13.7 billion.
MGM, which is a personal firm, has been in search of a purchaser for a number of years. Its homeowners embody Anchorage Capital, Highland Capital Companions, Davidson, Kempner Capital Administration, Solus Various Asset Administration and Owl Creek Investments — funds that took management of the studio when it emerged from chapter in 2010.
An Amazon consultant was not instantly accessible to remark.