Uzabase Inc

Uzabase Inc

  • Price (USD)16.50
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About the company

Uzabase,Inc. is a Japan-based company principally engaged in the operation of online information platform SPEEDA and social economic media NewsPicks. The Company operates in two business segments. The SPEEDA business is engaged in the provision of information required for conducting company and industry analysis to financial institutions, various operating companies, universities and research institutes through the SPEEDA web platform. The NewsPicks business is engaged in the provision of economic news platform that has social functions.

  • Revenue in JPY (TTM)12.38bn
  • Net income in JPY-365.81m
  • Incorporated2008
  • Employees567.00
  • Location
    Uzabase Inc13F, Tri-Seven Roppongi, 7-7-7, RoppongiMINATO-KU 106-0032JapanJPN
  • Phone+81 345331999
  • Fax+81 345746553
  • Websitehttps://www.uzabase.com/
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Mergers & acquisitions

Acquired companyDeal statusDateDate /
Deal status
3966:TYO since
Alphadrive Co LtdDeal completed13 Nov 201913 Nov 2019Deal completed12.66%4.59m
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