Apple Reportedly Looking to Buy Disney For Over $200 Billion - The Herald Nigeria

Apple Reportedly Looking to Buy Disney For Over $200 Billion

Over the years, Disney has bought up lots of companies that include Pixar, Lucasfilm, and Marvel making them the biggest powerhouse in Hollywood.

Now it looks like Disney could end up being the one that is bought and that buyer is reportedly Apple.

According to Variety, they are looking to pull off a $237 billion takeover of Disney, which would create “a company worth $1 trillion with ‘almost limitless opportunities in content and technology.”

This may come as a response to AT&T’s take over of the Warner Bros Co. for $85 billion.

This is an acquisition of epic proportions and it’s could become a reality. According to RBC analyst reports, “Recently, investors have increased their expectations that Apple could seriously consider acquiring Disney.”

They go on to say that the purchasing of Disney would be “contingent on Apple getting tax breaks to ‘repatriate’ overseas cash.”

A combined Apple-Disney would create an instant competitor to Netflix that would take advantage of the Mouse House’s content and Apple’s user base, the anlaysts speculated. Other benefits: integrating Apple consumer tech as experiences in Disney’s theme parks; and landing global streaming sports rights for ESPN via the combo of Disney-backed BAMTech and Apple distribution and a strong balance sheet.

It’s explained that content is a major focus for Apple right now and taking on Disney offers an avenue to “diversify away from hardware without diluting the strong Apple brand.”

Apple and Disney are two incredibly huge companies and by combining forces they could pretty much control the flow of entertainment globally.

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