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  • Go Daddy in talks to be bought, could fetch more than $2 billion

     
    Go Daddy Group Inc. is negotiating to sell itself for more than $2 billion to a private investment group led by KKR & Co. and Silverlake Partners. The talks were confirmed by a person familiar with the negotiations between the...
  • Go Daddy sold in a deal valued at $2.25 billion

     
    Go Daddy Group Inc. has been sold to a group of private equity firms in a deal valued at $2.25 billion. The purchase, which includes assumption of the company's debt, was announced Friday afternoon by Go Daddy and the group...

    Obama outspends Romney on campaign advertising

    Obama outspends Romney on campaign advertising
    WASHINGTON — President Obama pumped three times more money into media ads than Republican challenger Mitt Romney last month as both candidates dramatically stepped up their spending, racing through as much money as they brought in. August marked...

    GoDaddy founder gives $1 million to University of Baltimore for new professorship

    GoDaddy founder gives $1 million to University of Baltimore for new professorship
    The University of Baltimore will create a professorship in digital communication using a $1 million gift from alumnus and GoDaddy.com founder Bob Parsons. GoDaddy is best known for its racy Super Bowl commercials, though the company's primary business is...

    Super Bowl: Which Advertisers, Media Face Greatest Pressure?

    The Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos aren't the only entities who have a lot at stake when Super Bowl XLVIII debuts on Fox this Sunday (weather permitting). With 30-second spots in the game going for around $4 million a pop, a lot of different...