Aston-Martin for sale, cheaper than youtube.com
Aston Martin’s sale deadline was yesterday and six bidders make their offers for byuing the company. They valued Aston Martin from $981 million to $1.08 billion. Now lets analyze, yuotube.com was sold for $1.6 billion, while Aston Martin is less than $1 billion, might say that its a real bargain.
Ford will analyze each bid and will announce the winner in one month. The offers come from Canadian-based supplier Magna International, British buyout specialists Doughty Hanson, the Syrian property millionaire Simon Halabi, and a consortium including the Australian media tycoon James Packer. The identity of the two further bidders remains unknown.