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新西兰媒体公司以1新西兰元的价格出售

2020-5-25 17:18

 

惠灵顿,5月25日(新华社)——澳大利亚拥有的新西兰媒体公司Stuff Limited,运营着该国最大的新闻网站,该公司周一表示,以1新西兰元的价格将公司出售给了其首席执行官Sinead Boucher。


澳洲媒体集团Nine Entertainment表示,管理层收购预计将在5月31日前完成,Stuff将重新获得新西兰的所有权。


拍卖的直接收益为1新西兰元。不过,Nine将保留Stuff在惠灵顿的Petone印刷厂的所有权,并将其出租给Stuff。该公司还将立即获得5月20日完成的Stuff fiber销售收入的一部分。


"Nine将在出售员工前获得25%的收益,在接下来的36个月里最多可再获得75%,这取决于员工业务的融资能力," Nine在向澳洲证券交易所(ASX)提交的一份声明中称。


鲍彻在一份声明中说:“今天对公司来说是一个重要的时刻。”


Stuff有限公司运营着新西兰最大的新闻网站Stuff,并拥有九份日报,包括新西兰发行量第二和第三的日报《自治领邮报》和《新闻报》,以及发行量最高的周报《星期日星报》。

 

WELLINGTON, May 25 (Xinhua) -- Australian-owned New Zealand media company Stuff Limited, who operates the country's largest news website, was sold to its chief executive Sinead Boucher for one New Zealand dollar, said the company on Monday.

With the management buyout being expected to complete by May 31, Stuff, which was owned by Australian media group Nine Entertainment, will regain a New Zealand ownership, said the company.

Direct proceeds from the sale will be one NZ dollar. Nine, however, will retain ownership of Stuff's Petone printing plant site in Wellington and lease it back to Stuff. It will also receive an immediate and subsequent percentage of the proceeds from the sale of Stuff Fibre, completed on May 20.

"Nine will receive 25 percent of those proceeds before completion of the Stuff sale, plus up to a further 75 percent over the subsequent 36 months, depending on the Stuff business' ability to raise funding," said Nine at a statement to Australia stock market ASX.

"Today is an important moment for Stuff as a business," said Boucher in a statement.

Stuff Limited operates the country's largest news website, Stuff, and also owns nine daily newspapers, including New Zealand's second and third-highest circulation daily newspapers, The Dominion Post and The Press, and the highest circulation weekly, Sunday Star-Times.

 

来自: xinhua