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California Web company Yahoo does business merger with Jybe

Sometimes, it is necessary for companies to expand their operations and services in order to increase revenue and gain larger profit margins. One common way to do this is through acquiring other businesses, usually small start-up businesses. Yahoo, the largest U.S. Web portal - which is located in California - has recently arranged a business merger by acquiring another smaller Internet company.

Kroenke purchases California company in business merger deal

A good entrepreneur will be able to spot a lucrative business opportunity when it presents itself. Sometimes this will present itself in the form of an opportunity to purchase a company at a good price which leaves room for making a profit from the business merger. One sports and entertainment company believed it found a good opportunity to acquire Outdoor Channel Holdings Inc., which is a cable television network based out of California. The business conversion was agreed upon after the company offered $27 million.

Proposal aims at business merger of 2 California museums

Two heads are better than one. This is a popular saying which means that pooling together the resources of more than one party is more effective than the resources of only one party. Apparently, the same may be true for museums, according to a recently proposed business merger to combine two major California museums of art. The proposal came about as a result of one museum's existence being in jeopardy as a result of financial hardship.

Two California educational non-profits finalize business merger

In the context of the slowly-recovering U.S. economy, the education sector sometimes feels the financial strain more than other sectors. This has caused some schools and educational organizations to find creative business solutions. Two California non-profit education agencies did just this when they decided to move forward with a business merger between the two entities.

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