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August 30, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Ubi Soft Entertainment, a Paris-based video game software maker, said it agreed to buy author Tom Clancy's closely held game company, Red Storm Entertainment Inc., for $45 million in cash to boost U.S. sales. Ubi Soft said the acquisition, expected to close by the end of September, will add $20 million in U.S. sales in its fiscal year ending in March and $50 million to $60 million in fiscal 2002.
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August 30, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Ubi Soft Entertainment, a Paris-based video game software maker, said it agreed to buy author Tom Clancy's closely held game company, Red Storm Entertainment Inc., for $45 million in cash to boost U.S. sales. Ubi Soft said the acquisition, expected to close by the end of September, will add $20 million in U.S. sales in its fiscal year ending in March and $50 million to $60 million in fiscal 2002.
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October 2, 2013 | By Ryan Faughnder
Tom Clancy, the prolific thriller author who died Tuesday at age 66, leaves behind a wide-ranging legacy in entertainment. His wildly successful books -- many of which centered on Jack Ryan, Clancy's fictional CIA agent -- had several spheres of influence in film, television and video games. Here is a round-up of figures that illustrate the breadth of Clancy's clout.    PHOTOS: Tom Clancy: 1947-2013 100 million:  Estimated number of books in print. 17: Total count of No. 1  New York Times bestsellers Four : Theatrical feature films based on Clancy's books.
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