Talks for a deal between Vice and Time Warner have fallen through after the two sides could not reach an agreement on the value of Vice, according to a report in the New York Times.
Reports of negotiations between the two companies emerged in June, with initial valuations for Vice supposedly topping $2 billion
The move marks the end of talks that led to speculation that Time Warner could either add Vice to its portfolio or at least firm a strong joint venture. Time Warner already owns New Line Cinema, Turner Broadcasting and HBO. Vice currently airs a half-hour current events show on HBO. Read more…
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