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August 19, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
CBS Corp. plans to buy a 38% stake in online employment service Jobs.com Inc. in exchange for $62 million in advertising for five years. CBS' majority-owned Infinity Broadcasting Corp., the second-largest U.S. radio company, would be part of the investment. CBS also would get two seats on Jobs.com's board. The acquisition of closely held Jobs.com would be the fourth Internet-related purchase for New York-based CBS since July, and would bring CBS' Internet investments to 11.
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August 19, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
CBS Corp. plans to buy a 38% stake in online employment service Jobs.com Inc. in exchange for $62 million in advertising for five years. CBS' majority-owned Infinity Broadcasting Corp., the second-largest U.S. radio company, would be part of the investment. CBS also would get two seats on Jobs.com's board. The acquisition of closely held Jobs.com would be the fourth Internet-related purchase for New York-based CBS since July, and would bring CBS' Internet investments to 11.
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December 13, 2001 | Associated Press
Yahoo Inc. made a $436-million unsolicited bid for careers Web site HotJobs.com Inc., challenging an offer from TMP Worldwide Inc., parent company of Monster.com. Yahoo said it would pay $10.50 for each HotJobs share, a 66% premium over the Monday closing price. HotJobs rose to $7.21 in after-hours trading, after closing up 17 cents at $6.47 on Nasdaq. News of the deal was made after the close of trading.
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February 14, 2001 | From Bloomberg News and Associated Press
BP Amoco said its fourth-quarter profit nearly doubled as higher prices for crude oil and the integration of newly acquired businesses more than offset pinched profits in its chemicals business. The oil giant's shares declined, however, as Chief Executive John Browne said oil and gas production this year will increase 5.5%, a target some analysts doubt as BP shifts from acquisitions to investing in its own operations. After spending more than $100 billion to acquire Atlantic Richfield Co.
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