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Disney Closes On $71 Billion Acquisition Of Fox's Entertainment Business

NPR Wednesday, 20 March 2019
At the end of 2017, Disney announced that it would acquire large parts of 21st Century Fox. On Wednesday, shortly after midnight eastern time, the $71.3 billion deal finally was completed.
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Comicbook.com reports it won't be long before Disney has the rights to 21st Century Fox. Disney has released their official statement on the $71 billion deal. This is an extraordinary and historic moment for us -- one that will create significant long-term value for our company and our shareholders....

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