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MEDIA (TRADITIONAL) | Publishing
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Investments

8

Portfolio Exits

10

Partners & Customers

10

About Time

Time is a media company that publishes brands such as People, Sports Illustrated, InStyle, Time, Real Simple, Southern Living, Entertainment Weekly, Travel + Leisure, Cooking Light, Fortune and Food & Wine. Time also provides content marketing, targeted local print and digital advertising programs, branded book publishing and marketing and support services, including subscription sales services for magazines and other products, retail distribution and marketing services and customer service and fulfillment services, for Time brands and third-party clients, including other magazine publishers. On January 31rd, 2018, Time was acquired by Mereditch Corporation. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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Tokyo Inflation Rises Above 4%, Prompting Yen Gains

Jan 27, 2023

Risks Mount for Philippines After Best Growth in Half a Century Tokyo Inflation Rises Above 4%, Prompting Yen Gains Asia Stocks to Rally as Tech Pulls S&P 500 Higher: Markets Wrap US Senators Urge Biden to Compel Mexico, Canada Trade Compliance House GOP Leaders Consider Extending Debt Limit to Sept. 30 US Natural Gas Falls Below $3 For First Time Since May 2021 Chile Keeps Rates at Two-Decade High, Retains Cautious Tone Biden Accuses Republicans of Exploiting Debt-Ceiling Limit Bed Bath & Beyond Says It Received Default Notice From JPMorgan Goldman, JPMorgan Among FTX Creditors Disclosed in Bankruptcy BuzzFeed Shares Triple on Plans to Embrace OpenAI for Content U.S. stocks gain as traders turn blind eye to mixed GDP Sherwin-Williams Sees ‘Very Challenging’ 2023 as Housing Market Slows NYSE Mayhem Traced to a Staffer Who Left a Backup System Running EU Proposes New Sanctions on Belarus, Targeting Energy and Tech Opportunities in small caps: Three hot picks from James Telfser UK Sugar Tax May Have Averted Obesity in Some Girls, Study Says Ukraine Latest: Drones Downed, Alerts Sound on Missile Warning Crop Trader ADM Sees Signs of Softness After Record Year of Profit REITs provide safer alternative for wannabe landlords: Dale Jackson 6 TFSA myths that could dampen tax savings How pay transparency may affect your job search or raise 50 guests or less: Couples opt for micro-weddings amid inflation It's time for retirement investors to act their age: Dale Jackson Consumer insolvencies rose 16 per cent year over year in November 3 risk-free ways to boost your net worth in 2023: Dale Jackson How to start the new year off on the right financial foot How to take stock of your subscriptions Canadians focused on repaying debt in 2023: CIBC survey Retirement: 6 ways to make extra money 81% of Canadians are worried about a recession in 2023: survey High interest rates breathe new life into TFSA ​Bankruptcy: Experts explain how to rebuild credit How to pay down debt quickly according to the experts Experts share tips for young Canadians finding themselves in debt for the first time 4 key dates for investors to mark in their 2023 calendars Inflation: From missing family time to making food, Canadians are cutting back Market misery could lay groundwork for a bright 2023: Dale Jackson Sherwin-Williams Sees ‘Very Challenging’ 2023 as Housing Market Slows US Apartment Rents Rise at Slowest Annual Pace Since Mid-2021 Impersonators posing as homeowners linked to 32 fraud cases in Ontario and B.C. Rental markets tightened across Canada in 2022: CMHC Mortgage Rates Slip to 6.13% in Third-Straight Weekly Decline Trump Request to Void $110,000 Contempt Fine Weighed by NY Court US GDP Expands at Healthy 2.9% Pace While Slowdown Signs Mount Irish Real Estate Returns Drop Amid Higher Interest Rates FTSE 100 Gains Point to Rising Rental Values for London’s City Offices Blackstone Misses Forecast for Running $1 Trillion by End of ‘22 US Home Sales Eke Out Gain to Cap Disappointing Year on Rates Brexit Talks at New Level After Hunt Meeting, Irish Minister Says Sweden’s Housing Rout Persists as Riksbank Keeps Raising Rates Blackstone Gets Extra $500 Million From University of California Ukraine Latest: US and Allies to Send Tanks After Kyiv’s Appeals A Billionaire Developer’s Alleged Clash With 60-Year-Old NYC Lumber Store Redfin Slump Worsens as Housing-Market Risks Weigh on Stock Investors Are Missing Key Earnings Data After 2022 IPO Collapse What the Bank of Canada's latest rate hike means for mortgage holders Australia Investigates Online Influencers Over False Advertising Risks Mount for Philippines After Best Growth in Half a Century Tokyo Inflation Rises Above 4%, Prompting Yen Gains Asia Stocks to Rally as Tech Pulls S&P 500 Higher: Markets Wrap Biden Honors California Shooting Victims at Lunar New Year Event Manchin Rages Against Attempts to Broaden EV Tax Credit US Virgin Islands Seeks Epstein Documents From Barclays Elon Musk Meets With Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Capitol Hill US Senators Urge Biden to Compel Mexico, Canada Trade Compliance Mastermind in JPMorgan Hack Left US for Israel, His Father Says New York’s Adams Vows ‘Working People’ Agenda on Jobs, Crime — and Rats Hasbro to cut 15% of workforce after disappointing holiday sales Wells Fargo Holds CEO Scharf’s Pay at $24.5 Million for 2022 Bivalent Covid Shots Should Become Standard, FDA Advisers Say LVMH Sales Growth Slows at End of Record Year for Dior Owner Congressional Dads Band Together to Fight for Paid Leave, Affordable Child Care Amazon to Sell Bay Area Office Complex as Sales Growth Cools US Natural Gas Falls Below $3 For First Time Since May 2021 Boeing Pleads Not Guilty in Fraud Case Over 737 Max Crashes Asia Stocks to Rally as Tech Pulls S&P 500 Higher: Markets Wrap Manchin Rages Against Attempts to Broaden EV Tax Credit US Senators Urge Biden to Compel Mexico, Canada Trade Compliance US Natural Gas Falls Below $3 For First Time Since May 2021 ‘To Hell With That,’ Biden Dismisses Foreign Complaints About US Climate Policy China Mulls Protecting Solar Tech Dominance With Export Ban EU Proposes New Sanctions on Belarus, Targeting Energy and Tech UK Sugar Tax May Have Averted Obesity in Some Girls, Study Says Ukraine Latest: Drones Downed, Alerts Sound on Missile Warning Crop Trader ADM Sees Signs of Softness After Record Year of Profit Looking for Inflation Reduction Act Rebates to Go Green? Get Ready to Wait Audi’s New Concept Car Turns From Electric SUV Into Truck European Gas Swings After Slump With Asian Demand in Focus English Farmers Will Get Post-Brexit Subsidies for Going Greener Shell Launches Strategic Review of Home Energy Retail Unit EU Considers Capping Russian Diesel at $100 Ahead of Import Ban South Africa’s Central Bank Raises Benchmark Rate to 7.25% Canadian Oil Flows to Asia Surge After US Refinery Disruptions Adani Group Tells Bondholders Short Seller Report Is ‘Bogus’ As the BoC takes a pause from interest rate hikes, all eyes are on the labour market Statistics Canada says job vacancies down 2.4% in November Tips for finding cheaper protein in the meat aisle and beyond The Daily Chase: Tesla climbs in the premarket; Canfor restructures B.C operations More rate hikes may be needed: Former BoC Official Here's what another Bank of Canada rate hike means for Canadians Bank of Canada raises interest rates to 4.5% and plans to hold Freeland faces big spending demands and darker economic outlook Macklem says government will make changes to deal with Bank of Canada losses Experts react to Bank of Canada hiking rates for eighth straight time Bank of Canada: Read the full statement on its interest rate hike Economists expect one final rate hike by Bank of Canada before holding The Daily Chase: Bank of Canada to release interest rate decision; Rogers-Shaw appeal dismissed Bank of Canada expected to hike rates again. Here's a timeline of how we got here EXCLUSIVE: RBC CEO expects 'modest recession' buoyed by strong consumer & liquidity Companies' diversity commitments at risk amid possible recession: study Thinking about doing a no-buy challenge? Here's what to consider The Daily Chase: Competition Bureau appeals Rogers-Shaw deal; Magna cuts 2022 outlook Discount grocers to outperform conventional stores as food prices surge: Report NZ’s Robertson to Run on Labour Party List at 2023 Election Elon Musk Meets With Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Capitol Hill US Senators Urge Biden to Compel Mexico, Canada Trade Compliance House GOP Leaders Consider Extending Debt Limit to Sept. 30 Kavanaugh Says Supreme Court Relations Good Despite Divisive Cases Chile Keeps Rates at Two-Decade High, Retains Cautious Tone Biden Accuses Republicans of Exploiting Debt-Ceiling Limit US Sanctions Two of Paraguay’s Most Powerful Men Ahead of Vote DeSantis Calls for ‘New Blood’ at RNC Ahead of Contentious Vote EU Proposes New Sanctions on Belarus, Targeting Energy and Tech Ukraine Latest: Drones Downed, Alerts Sound on Missile Warning The Amazon Is Deteriorating Too Fast for Species and the Climate to Adapt Petro’s Bogota Metro Proposals Would Add $3.3 Billion in Costs Donald Trump’s 2024 Campaign Faces Trouble in Crucial Iowa House Republicans to Question Biden Health Officials on Covid Response Brazil’s Defense Chief Seeks Justice, Pacification After Riots Israel’s Politics-Proof Markets Under Stress in Netanyahu Revamp EU Considers Capping Russian Diesel at $100 Ahead of Import Ban Trump Request to Void $110,000 Contempt Fine Weighed by NY Court Asia Stocks to Rally as Tech Pulls S&P 500 Higher: Markets Wrap Elon Musk Meets With Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Capitol Hill Mastermind in JPMorgan Hack Left US for Israel, His Father Says Amazon to Sell Bay Area Office Complex as Sales Growth Cools Salesforce Discusses Appointing New Board Members Goldman, JPMorgan Among FTX Creditors Disclosed in Bankruptcy Genesis Says ‘Bitcoin Jesus’ Owes Millions From Unsettled Trades BuzzFeed Shares Triple on Plans to Embrace OpenAI for Content South Korea Tech Industry’s Confidence Sours to Seven-Year Low Amazon’s Moonshot Chief Lands at Seattle Venture Firm Madrona NYSE Mayhem Traced to a Staffer Who Left a Backup System Running US Targets Chinese Company in Broader Russia Sanctions Push Audi’s New Concept Car Turns From Electric SUV Into Truck UK Rail Network in Talks With Cellnex to Upgrade Aging Broadband Hive Ransomware Site Targeted in Joint US-German Operation BofA Names 360 Managing Directors, With Focus on Diversity DeFi Used to Be Crypto’s Hottest Sector. Now It’s Facing a Big Downtown. Moody’s Is Working on Scoring System for Crypto Stablecoins Lloyds Invests in App Looking to Help London Bankers Avoid Traffic Fines The U.S. Fed is failing in four ways: Mohamed A. El-Erian Apple, JPMorgan turn to pay now grow later Remote Working Boom Is Huge for College Towns Like Knoxville Walmart flashes a warning sign to the entire consumer economy: Andrea Felsted Millennials are finally spending like grown-ups Dismal U.S. GDP report raises the odds of recession this year: Gary Shilling Musk is wrong for Twitter even if deal math works out Chocolate bunnies can teach us to save our food supply The Fed has made a U.S. recession inevitable America's oil reserve weapon risks misfiring Four-day workweeks can burn you out U.S. Fed expects a soft landing. Don't count on it Markets are pushing Fed into developing-economy territory Commodity traders go from bonanza to bailout plea Putin's war shows West must clean up dirty money Salary transparency is good for everyone Microsoft's US$69B Activision deal could be a blunder What if the oil market bulls are wrong and this lonely bear is right? Canada's trucker protest may spread from Ottawa to U.S. We Asked ChatGPT to Make a Market-Beating ETF. Here’s What Happened South Africa’s Blackouts Threaten Platinum Supply in Top Miner Deutsche Bank Fund Unit Doubles Down on ETF Target Amid Outflows U.S. stocks shrug off gloom; Tesla whipsaws on earnings Cathie Wood’s ARKK Is Well on Way to One of Its Best Months Ever Stock Faithful Try to Look Past Bond Market’s Sullen Signals Cathie Wood Resumes Selling in JD.com for First Time Since July Investors Start to Unwind the $540 Billion America First Trade Bruised Stock Bears Bust Out the Charts in Arguing the Top Is In Vanguard Gets Extra ETF Billions After Largely Shunning ESG FOMO Stirs Again in Bitcoin’s Best Start Since Before Pandemic Crushed Crypto Funds Are Suddenly Beating Every Other ETF Quant Fund That Once Lost 92% of Assets Is Making a Big Comeback Inside the Hottest Fashion Chain in the US Samsung Fund Unit Considers More Hong Kong Crypto Products After ETF JPMorgan Health Confab Returns Soggy and Subdued With Few Deals Cathie Wood Key Fund Sees Exact Sciences Take Top Spot From Zoom Dip Buyers Help Pare Record Bitcoin Discount at Grayscale Trust Biggest Junk-Bond ETF Draws Most Cash Since 2020 as Debt Rallies Bankman-Fried says in court that he's ready for U.S. extradition SBF sent back to Bahamian jail after catching lawyer off guard with U.S. extradition plan Disney's Iger returns to reckon with his own 15-year Legacy Women making small gains, but still troublingly under-represented in the C-suite Gerry Schwartz to step down as CEO at Onex, Bobby Le Blanc named next CEO Dominic Barton on Canada-China relations, future at Rio Tinto 'We’re serving Canadians better' following the pandemic: McKesson Canada CEO Rebecca McKillican World's richest family loses US$11.4B in Walmart rout 'Fine balance': Rania Llewellyn on fitting her long-term inclusion goals into Laurentian's revamp First female bank CEO in Canada leads with younger self in mind ​Company holiday parties are making a comeback, but many employers have a plan B Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos now worth almost half a trillion dollars Jane Fraser has a plan to remake Citigroup while tormenting rivals ‘Forever changed’: CEOs are dooming business travel — maybe for good National Bank names Laurent Ferreira CEO, succeeding Vachon The remote-work czar is the new shortcut to the C-Suite Olympics boss aims to put 'most-followed' Tokyo games on track Wellness resorts eye long COVID treatments as new moneymaker Ghosn accomplice says he 'deeply regrets' helping him escape Erica Yokoyama, Bloomberg News , (Bloomberg) -- Inflation in Tokyo continued to outpace expectations, rising above 4% in January, and keeping the focus on possible Bank of Japan policy change. The jump prompted gains in the yen. Consumer prices excluding fresh food rose 4.3% in the capital, accelerating from December’s revised figure of 3.9%, according to the ministry of internal affairs Friday. The reading was the strongest since 1981 and higher than analysts’ estimates of a 4.2% gain, rising further beyond the central bank’s 2% target. The yen gained to around 129.65 against the dollar from just below 130.00 immediately before the data was released. Tokyo’s data is a leading indicator of the national trend, and its acceleration implies that the country’s price growth hasn’t reached its peak yet. Still, many economists expect inflation to begin slowing again from February, when the effects of the government’s stimulus measures begin to emerge. The impact of Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s economic stimulus package is likely to be reflected in the inflation figure from February onward. The support for electricity costs is expected to drag down on the overall nationwide inflation figure by about 0.9%, according to a Bloomberg calculation, assuming a 20% discount on electricity bills. What Bloomberg Economics Says... “Looking ahead, we see core inflation slowing to around 3.1% in 1Q from 3.7% in 4Q22. Subsidies to lower the cost of electricity and gas starting in January (and affecting CPI from February) could reduce core CPI inflation by as much as 0.7 percentage point this quarter.” — Yuki Masujima, economist For the full report, click here  The measures, which amount to a fiscal outlay of 39 trillion yen ($301 billion), also includes a range of anti-inflationary measures such as cash handouts for childcare. Still, utility companies are now requesting the government to raise power prices in response to surging fuel costs and a weak yen, complicating the outlook. Tokyo Electric Power Co. announced earlier this week that it had applied to lift household electricity prices by about 30% from June, which would outweigh the impact of the latest government subsidies if approved. ©2023 Bloomberg L.P.

Time Investments

8 Investments

Time has made 8 investments. Their latest investment was in Rokt as part of their Series B - II on June 6, 2017.

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6/13/2017

Series B - II

Rokt

$11M

No

2

2/15/2017

Series B

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10

9/28/2016

Corp-Venture Partnership

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6/2/2016

Series A

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8/11/2015

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Date

6/13/2017

2/15/2017

9/28/2016

6/2/2016

8/11/2015

Round

Series B - II

Series B

Corp-Venture Partnership

Series A

Corporate Minority

Company

Rokt

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Time Portfolio Exits

10 Portfolio Exits

Time has 10 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was Cozi on May 04, 2022.

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Exit

Companies

Valuation
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Acquirer

Sources

5/4/2022

Acquired - II

$99M

1

1/24/2020

Acquired - II

$99M

1

11/5/2019

Management Buyout

$99M

Management Buyout (MBO)

1

8/12/2019

Asset Sale

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12/18/2018

Acq - Fin

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Date

5/4/2022

1/24/2020

11/5/2019

8/12/2019

12/18/2018

Exit

Acquired - II

Acquired - II

Management Buyout

Asset Sale

Acq - Fin

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Time Acquisitions

20 Acquisitions

Time acquired 20 companies. Their latest acquisition was BizRate (Shopzilla) on September 06, 2016.

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Investment Stage

Companies

Valuation
Valuations are submitted by companies, mined from state filings or news, provided by VentureSource, or based on a comparables valuation model.

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Note

Sources

9/6/2016

Seed / Angel

$99M

$0.02M

Acquired

1

5/24/2016

$99M

Acquired

1

2/17/2016

$99M

Acquired

1

2/17/2016

Debt

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$99M

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2/11/2016

Debt

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$99M

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Date

9/6/2016

5/24/2016

2/17/2016

2/17/2016

2/11/2016

Investment Stage

Seed / Angel

Debt

Debt

Companies

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$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

Total Funding

$0.02M

$99M

$99M

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Acquired

Acquired

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Time Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

Time has 10 strategic partners and customers. Time recently partnered with Mastercard on July 7, 2022.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

7/29/2022

Partner

United States

Miami Boosts Crypto Image With Release Of 5,000 NFTs With Mastercard, Time And Salesforce

Suarez remarked that the partnership between TIME , Mastercard , and Salesforce was exciting .

1

4/19/2021

Partner

Singapore

Time Magazine to accept crypto payments for digital subscriptions

In partnership with Crypto.com , a leading digital currency platform , Time is now accepting one-time crypto payments for its 18-month digital subscription .

5

2/24/2020

Partner

United States

Nickelodeon : and TIME Unveil Partnership for First-Ever Kid of the Year Honor

The forthcoming Kid of the Year partnership with TIME underscores a key element of Nickelodeon 's content strategy , to create co-viewing opportunities for today 's kids and parents who increasingly use TV TIME as family TIME ; and to likewise serve a generation of kids intent on building a better future , as revealed through Nickelodeon audience research findings .

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12/5/2019

Partner

United States

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3/6/2019

Supplier

India

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Date

7/29/2022

4/19/2021

2/24/2020

12/5/2019

3/6/2019

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Partner

Partner

Partner

Partner

Supplier

Business Partner

Country

United States

Singapore

United States

United States

India

News Snippet

Miami Boosts Crypto Image With Release Of 5,000 NFTs With Mastercard, Time And Salesforce

Suarez remarked that the partnership between TIME , Mastercard , and Salesforce was exciting .

Time Magazine to accept crypto payments for digital subscriptions

In partnership with Crypto.com , a leading digital currency platform , Time is now accepting one-time crypto payments for its 18-month digital subscription .

Nickelodeon : and TIME Unveil Partnership for First-Ever Kid of the Year Honor

The forthcoming Kid of the Year partnership with TIME underscores a key element of Nickelodeon 's content strategy , to create co-viewing opportunities for today 's kids and parents who increasingly use TV TIME as family TIME ; and to likewise serve a generation of kids intent on building a better future , as revealed through Nickelodeon audience research findings .

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Time Team

33 Team Members

Time has 33 team members, including , .

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Eric G. Thorkilsen

Founder

Current

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