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May 02, 2019
OYO to acquire Amsterdam-based Leisure Group for Rs 2,885 cr; takeover to help home-grown firm to become global brandWith the Leisure Group set to join the chain, OYO will have footprints in more than 800 cities across 24 countries
May 09, 2017
Companies in Germany are in talk to form an company that stores personal data of customers securelyGerman finance, auto and publishing firms are in talks to form a European company to store personal data securely.
Mar 08, 2017
Getty Images files complaint against Google for its anti-competitive regulation on Android OEMsOpen Internet Project, whose members include Axel Springer and Getty Images, on Tuesday accused Alphabet unit Google of imposing anti-competitive curbs on Android smartphone makers, its second complaint against the U.S. tech giant.
Jun 28, 2016
Appeal made against the decision in Google's market power case by German publishersGerman publishers have appealed a Berlin court's rejection of a case in which they accused Google of abusing its market power by refusing to pay them for displaying newspaper articles online, a lawyer for the publishers said on Monday.
Nov 13, 2015
CarTrade acquires rival CarWale from European digital publisher Axel SpringerOnline auto classified platform CarTrade has acquired rival CarWale from leading European digital publisher Axel Springer for an undisclosed amount. This is seen as the largest consolidation in the segment, according to industry experts
Sep 30, 2015
In digital push, Axel Springer to buy out Business Insider for $343 mnAfter missing out on buying the Financial Times, Springer vowed to concentrate on digital expansion through small and medium-sized deals
Aug 06, 2015
Adidas buys fitness tracking app maker RuntasticAdidas has bought fitness tracking app maker Runtastic, giving it access to a community of 70 million active users and helping it catch rivals in connected wearables.
Nov 06, 2014
Germany's top news publisher Axel Springer bows to Google in news licensing rowArray