David Bradley is selling business news site Quartz to Uzabase, a Japanese financial information company, for between $75 million and $110 million. The price depends on the site hitting financial targets according to the Wall Street Journal, although the timeframe of those goals isn’t clear. What’s most interesting is what Uzabase plans to do with Quartz: grow subscription products. In a world...
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