Company Overview of Red Bull GmbH
Red Bull GmbH produces and markets energy and sugar free drinks. The company provides products for athletes, students, and professionals. It markets its products in Austria, western Europe, the United States, Brazil, Japan, India, South Korea, and internationally. The company was founded in 1984 and is based in Fuschl am See, Austria.
Am Brunnen 1
Fuschl am See, 5330
Founded in 1984
Key Executives for Red Bull GmbH
Managing Director and Founder
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Red Bull GmbH Key Developments
Red Bull Bidding To Buy Leeds United, Cellino Claims
Apr 3 15
Red Bull GmbH made a bid to buy Leeds United Football Club Limited, the club's disqualified owner Massimo Cellino claimed. Cellino said Eleonora Sport, the majority shareholder at Elland Road, was considering a formal offer from Red Bull amid reports that the firm is ready to pay around £60 million for control of Leeds.
Red Bull To Reportedly Sell New York Red Bulls
Jan 10 15
Red Bull GmbH is looking to sell Anschutz N.Y. Soccer, Inc., New York Post reported. The sale is probably not happening anytime soon according to Jason Ader, who tried to buy Anschutz N.Y. Soccer, Inc. a few months ago.
Massimo Cellino Denied The Rumors Of Leeds United Sale
Nov 3 14
Massimo Cellino is not willing to sell any stake in Leeds United Football Club Limited, amid growing expectation of a takeover bid by Formula One giants Red Bull GmbH. Cellino said, "I’m not selling Leeds United. These stories are 100% not true. I don’t know where they came from but they’re disrespectful to me and the supporters. They’re disrespectful to the work I’m doing here. It just causes trouble. We talked with an agent who said he was working for Red Bull but I’d never met him before and I don’t know what Red Bull want to do. I’m not selling the club." Red Bull has not made any comment.
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