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|Ask||21.00 x 10000|
|Day's Range||20.20 - 20.20|
|52 Week Range||17.60 - 24.40|
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|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.27 (6.16%)|
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Sep.04 -- David Kenny, chief executive officer and chief diversity officer of Nielsen Holdings Plc, the New-York-based audience-measurement and consumer-ratings giant, talks about the possibilities that artificial intelligence offers, and his business strategy. He speaks on the sidelines of the "Sooner Than You Think" technology conference in Singapore with Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
This is Canada’s first retail-derived cannabis market read based on aggregated Point of Sale data at the receipt-level. “With our data analytics platform experiencing so much success in the U.S market, we are now extremely excited to bring Headset Insights to Canada," Cy Scott, CEO of Headset, told Benzinga.
Nielsen (NYSE: NLSN ) announces its next round of earnings this Wednesday, July 31. Here is Benzinga's everything-that-matters guide for this Wednesday's Q2 earnings announcement. Earnings and Revenue ...
Tencent Holdings Ltd's Riot Games said on Thursday that Nielsen Holdings PLC will measure the value of sponsoring Riot's "League of Legends," the most-watched esport in the world, through next year. Quantifying the value of brand exposure gained through sponsorships of League of Legends teams, games and leagues could help the multiplayer online battlefield game, abbreviated as LoL, draw more sponsors. While other publishers have also worked with Nielsen on sponsorship measurement, fans have watched more LoL matches than any other game, totaling 347.4 million live hours in 2018 on Twitch and YouTube Gaming, according to gaming analytics firm Newzoo.
surged more than 7% in Wednesday on rumors the company is close to a deal to sell itself to a private-equity firm. The New York Post reported last Thursday that Blackstone had opted against making a final offer for Nielsen, citing the struggling company's problematic financials. , was also reported to have lost interest in making a bid for the troubled company, the Post said, citing sources close to the situation.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday: Accenture PLC, up $8.65 to $175.12 The consulting and outsourcing company reported record bookings during the fiscal second quarter, and its ...
Wall Street's main indexes swung between gains and losses on Thursday, as optimism fueled by progress in U.S.-China trade talks was clouded by fears of an economic slowdown after a cut in fourth-quarter GDP growth. Data showed domestic economy slowed more than initially thought in the fourth quarter, keeping growth in 2018 below the 3 percent annual target, and corporate profits failed to rise for the first time in more than two years. Growth worries hit markets last week when the Federal Reserve abandoned projections for any interest rate hikes this year and the U.S. Treasury yield curve inverted for the first time since 2007.
Nielsen's management said in late 2018 it was considering strategic alternatives, including a sale. One of the interested parties that was exploring a potential bid was Blackstone Group LP (NYSE: BX). The private equity firm has now decided against presenting a final bid to the company, sources close to the matter told The Post. Ironically, Blackstone's managing director David Calhoun served as CEO of Nielsen from 2006-2013.
The New York Post reported on Thursday that Blackstone has opted against making a final offer for Nielsen, citing the struggling ompany's problematic financials. , also is losing interest in making a bid for the troubled company, the Post said, citing sources close to the situation. The news sent Nielsen's shares plunging Thursday, down just under 10% to $24.04 on the New York Stock Exchange.
Wall Street rose modestly on Thursday, as U.S.-China trade talks made headway, but a cut in quarterly GDP growth exacerbated fears of an economic slowdown and kept a lid on gains. The domestic economy slowed more than initially thought in the fourth quarter, keeping growth in 2018 below the 3 percent annual target, and corporate profits failed to rise for the first time in more than two years.
Wall Street's main indexes were set for a subdued opening on Thursday, as investors awaited more details on the progress in U.S.-China trade negotiations amid lingering fears of slowing economic growth. Futures inched lower after data showed the U.S. economy slowed more than initially thought in the fourth quarter, keeping growth in 2018 below the 3 percent annual target, and corporate profits failed to rise for the first time in more than two years. A Reuters report said China has made unprecedented proposals on a range of issues including forced technology transfer, though sticking points still remained and there was no definite timetable for a deal.
Participants in the Canadian cannabis industry will be able to get critical market insights and important data from a new source. The alliance members will provide real-time market intelligence, allowing their clients to monitor the competitive landscape, identify opportunities and stay ahead of industry trends.
The U.S.-specific strategic alliance builds on Nielsen's recent acquisition of Cannabiz Consumer Group, a firm which focuses on studying the impact of marijuana legalization on consumer spending and shopping trends. Nielsen and Headset plan to release a report on the U.S. cannabis market from its infancy through 2018.
Nielsen Holdings PLC (NYSE: NLSN ) is getting into cannabis. The company best known for putting out television ratings has partnered with Headset , one of the top data and analytics service providers in ...
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A private equity consortium led by Blackstone Group LP and Hellman & Friedman LLC and a group that includes Advent International and Goldman Sachs Group Inc's buyout arm have advanced to the second round of bidding for Nielsen Holdings Plc, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. Nielsen said in September it would expand a review of strategic alternatives to include a sale of the entire television ratings company after coming under pressure to do so from hedge fund Elliott Management Corp, which in August reported it owned up to 8.4 percent of the company's shares. Private equity firms Apollo Global Management LLC and Bain Capital LP also went to the next round of bidding in the Nielsen auction, which is expected to be completed by March, the sources said.
A private equity consortium led by Blackstone Group LP and Hellman & Friedman LLC, as well as a grouping comprising Advent International and Goldman Sachs Group Inc's buyout arm, are through to the second round of bidding for Nielsen Holdings Plc, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. Nielsen said in September it would expand a review of strategic alternatives to include a sale of the entire TV ratings company, after coming under pressure to do so from hedge fund Elliott Management Corp. Private equity firms Apollo Global Management LLC and Bain Capital LP are also through to the next round of bidding in the auction for Nielsen, which is expected to be completed by March, the sources said.