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CMX To Acquire Cobb Theatres

CMX To Acquire Cobb Theatres

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  • October 11, 2017

Acquisition expands U.S. footprint to 8 states and additional 287 screens Miami, FL (October 6, 2017) – CMX Cinemas, the wholly owned subsidiary of Cinemex, and Cobb Theatres, a highly respected operator of progressive movie theatre brands primarily located in the southeast, today jointly announced a purchase agreement pursuant to whic... Read More

Embedded Systems Engineering: System-on-Chip - Not yet ready for primetime

Embedded Systems Engineering: System-on-Chip - Not yet ready for primetime

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  • September 27, 2017

System-on-Chip (SoC) is an integrated digital signage solution where media player hardware is embedded within a display, eliminating the need for third-party, external media players. These external media players are the commercial equivalent of consumer products such as Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire.  Although initial System-on... Read More

Duke R. Ligon, Former Devon Energy Executive, Joins Peter J. Solomon Company

Duke R. Ligon, Former Devon Energy Executive, Joins Peter J. Solomon Company

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  • September 26, 2017

Ligon joins as Senior Advisor to PJSC’s Houston-based Energy Advisory Group Peter J. Solomon Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Duke R. Ligon as a Senior Advisor to the firm. Mr. Ligon will be an advisor to the firm’s Houston-based energy practice co-headed by John Rice and George Ward. Marc S. Cooper, CEO of Peter J. Solomon ... Read More

The Gores Group Acquires AMI Entertainment

The Gores Group Acquires AMI Entertainment

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  • July 28, 2017

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Gores Group (“Gores”), a global investment firm, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of AMI Entertainment (“AMI”). Originally founded in 1909 as the National Automatic Music Co., AMI has been part of the bar and restaurant entertainment industry for more than a century. Today, AMI makes... Read More

Bloomberg Businessweek: Moneyball for Dead Celebs: This $5 Billion Business Sells Elvis and Michael Jackson (Derek Pitts quoted)

Bloomberg Businessweek: Moneyball for Dead Celebs: This $5 Billion Business Sells Elvis and Michael Jackson (Derek Pitts quoted)

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  • July 12, 2017

Authentic Brands, which also owns Muhammad Ali and Marilyn Monroe, values dead celebs on their social media presence and the spending power of their fans. By Lauren Coleman-Lochner In April, Shannon Gagliardi, a 48-year-old nurse practitioner from Louisville, took the vacation of a lifetime. She’s a fan of Elvis Presley and still considers m... Read More

PatientPoint Receives $140 Million to Power Dramatic Growth

PatientPoint Receives $140 Million to Power Dramatic Growth

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  • June 28, 2017

Capital Will Help Fuel Significant Network Expansion for Point-of-Care Industry Leader CINCINNATI, June 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- PatientPoint®, the trusted leader in patient education and engagement solutions across all points of care, today announced it has successfully generated $140 million in capital from private investment firms Searchl... Read More