Regulations on reporting and investigation of production safety accidents
* Source: * Author: admin * Time: 2017-01-21 * Views: 380
Yesterday, Pearson agreed to sell the Financial Times to the Nikkei Group for nearly $ 1.3 billion. Many people are surprised by this Japanese buyer. The Nikkei Group's core media, "Nihon Keizai Shimbun," published an article after the acquisition said that the world's largest economic media was born! However, some people are worried that compared with the global perspective of British and American media, Japanese media are relatively "introverted". Will the "Financial Times" be acquired by Japanese media, and will it become a "Japanese fan"?
The British financial newspaper "Financial Times" is an international newspaper under the Pearson Group. It was founded in 1888 and has a history of 127 years.
Speaking of the Financial Times ’influence, former German Chancellor Schroeder said he found the Financial Times to be the only European newspaper read by the US president during breakfast.
The BBC reports that Pearson has been speculated that it may be preparing to sell the newspaper. Rumors of a change of hand finally came out on Monday.
Finally, on the evening of the 23rd, Beijing time, the Nikkei Group announced that it would acquire the British Financial Times for 160 billion yen (about 1.29 billion US dollars).
The transaction includes the Financial Times newspaper business, Internet business (FT.com) and related sub-issues including The Banker and Investors Chronicle, but does not include the Financial Times Group's London-based properties or its holdings. 50% equity of The Economist Group.
However, before this, there were media reports that the German publishing group Springer was purchased in consultation with Pearson Group.
Springer later said they had no plans to acquire the Financial Times.