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Company Overview of Dailymotion SA
Dailymotion SA owns and operates a Web video portal for members to see, create, and share online videos in the United Kingdom, Australia, Morocco, France, Poland, Canada, and internationally. It allows users to find, share, and upload professional and amateur videos about their interests and hobbies, as well as eyewitness accounts of recent news and distant places. It enables users to share videos with family and friends; discover new videos through various channels or tags; get feedback on their clips and creative work; and spread their videos across the Web by posting them to their blog, Website, or social network profiles. The company offers content from users, independent content creator...
49-51 rue Ganneron
Founded in 2005
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Key Executives for Dailymotion SA
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer, and Lead Programmer
Managing Director for North America
Director of Ad Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Dailymotion SA Key Developments
PCCW Reportedly To Acquire 49% Stake In Dailymotion
Mar 23 15
PCCW Limited (SEHK:8) is in talks with Orange (ENXTPA:ORA) to buy 49% stake in Dailymotion SA, according to a Financial Times report. The potential deal with PCCW could allow Orange to “partner with a strong international backer capable of developing the website internationally, in particular in Asia”, the Financial Times reported. The terms of the deal are not known.
Orange Denies Talks With PCCW
Mar 17 15
Orange (ENXTPA:ORA) is denying media reports that it was to enter exclusive talks with PCCW Limited (SEHK:8). Stephane Richard, Chief Executive of Orange said "We did not sign exclusivity with PCCW." Previously media reports that PCCW Limited is seeking acquisition of Dailymotion SA from Orange.
PCCW Reportedly Mulls Acquisition Of Dailymotion From Orange
Mar 13 15
PCCW Limited (SEHK:8) reportedly is seeking acquisition of Dailymotion SA from Orange (ENXTPA:ORA). Orange is set to enter into exclusive talks with PCCW of Hong Kong to sell 49% of Dailymotion, its video streaming website, according to people familiar with the matter. Orange has informed its board that it plans in the coming days to sign an agreement on exclusive negotiations with PCCW over a deal to bring in a large foreign investor to help expand Dailymotion globally, the people said. PCCW, the telecom company controlled by Richard Li, the son of Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing, made an offer valuing Dailymotion at about €250 million ($264.5 million) including debt, one of the people said. The exclusive talks are expected to run for about 45 days, the person said. A PCCW spokesperson declined to comment. An Orange spokesperson said the company is still talking to several different partners and has not entered exclusive talks with any of them.
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