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US telecommunications firm Verizon mentioned on Monday it agreed to promote its media companies, together with Yahoo and AOL, for $5 billion to asset supervisor non-public fairness agency Apollo International Administration.

Verizon will get $4.25 billion in money, most well-liked pursuits of $750 million, and retain a ten% stake within the new firm which can be generally known as Yahoo after the transaction is closed. The brand new agency will proceed to be led by Verizon Media CEO Guru Gowrappan, in line with the assertion.

“The past two-quarters of double-digit growth have demonstrated our ability to transform our media ecosystem … This transition will help to accelerate our growth for the long-term success of the company,” Gowrappan mentioned.

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Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg mentioned Apollo delivered the strongest imaginative and prescient and technique for the following section of Verizon Media that requires full funding and the fitting assets, including “I have full confidence that Yahoo will take off in its new home.”

David Sambur, senior companion and co-head of Non-public Fairness at Apollo, mentioned his agency has a protracted monitor file of investing in know-how and media firms.

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Verizon had purchased AOL for $4.4 billion in 2015 and Yahoo for $4.5 billion in 2017.

With the newest transaction, Verizon goals to concentrate on its wi-fi community and web supplier companies. Final 12 months, it offered HuffPost to BuzzFeed, after closing down different media property similar to Tumblr and Yahoo Solutions.

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