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Sea World, Busch Gardens sold for $2.7 billion
Anheuser-Busch InBev reaches a deal with Blackstone on Busch Entertainment, which operates 10 theme parks across the nation.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Anheuser-Busch InBev said Wednesday that it will sell its theme park business -- including the Sea World and Busch Gardens parks nationwide -- to buyout firm Blackstone Group for up to $2.7 billion.
Blackstone will pay the world's largest brewer $2.3 billion in cash and up to $400 million on whatever return it makes on Busch Entertainment Corp. (BEC), the second-largest U.S. entertainment park operator.
The widely anticipated deal is seen as a way for the Belgian brewer to pay down debt following its $52 billion takeover of Anheuser-Busch last year.
"The sale of BEC represents another important milestone in our commitment to de-leverage the company and will also allow us to continue to focus on our core brewing business," Carlos Brito, chief executive of Anheuser-Busch InBev, said in a statement.
BEC runs 10 amusement parks throughout the nation, including the SeaWorld parks in Orlando, Fla., San Antonio and San Diego, as well as the Busch Gardens parks in Tampa, Fla., and Williamsburg, Va. The parks receive 25 million visitors every year and employs 25,000 workers, according to the company.
Brito called the parks a "high performing asset," but said BEC is "not a core business for Anheuser-Busch InBev."
The deal expands Blackstone's portfolio of amusement parks. The New York-based firm has stakes in Universal Orlando and Madame Tussauds wax museum.
"Blackstone sees tremendous opportunity for investing in leading businesses within the media and entertainment industries, where we have significant expertise," said Michael Chae, Blackstone's senior managing director, in a statement.
Shares of Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), which brews Budweiser, were up 19 cents to $46.85 on the New York Stock Exchange. Blackstone's (BX) stock rose 1 cent to $14.54.
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GM loses top executive
Mark LaNeve, head of GM's U.S. sales since 2005, leaves company. CEO says replacement may come from outside the automaker.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- General Motors is losing its top U.S. sales executive, a key player in the automaker's reorganization, to a job in another industry, CEO Fritz Henderson announced Wednesday.
Mark LaNeve, 50, who had previously headed GM's Cadillac brand as well as Volvo for rival Ford Motor Co. (F, Fortune 500), has been in charge of the sales in GM's core home market since March 2005. His previous oversight of marketing was taken away from him in July.
GM would not disclose the company he is going to. He will leave GM Oct. 15.
LaNeve has helped lead the company in recent decisions to shed non-core brands and more than 1,000 U.S. dealerships.
But GM's U.S. market share has steadily slid during his tenure from 27.3% in 2004, the year before he took the job, to 19.7% in the first nine months of this year.
"GM has cut about a third of its management ranks since emerging from bankruptcy in July," said Michelle Krebs, senior analyst for industry sales tracker Edmunds.com. "Sales and market share in the U.S. have continued to slide and the sales guy is always the one who bears the blame."
During a press conference to mark the 90th day since GM emerged from bankruptcy, Henderson said that he would consider hiring an outsider to take LaNeve's position.
One frequent criticism of GM is that it has drawn top managers from the ranks of lifetime GM employees. Henderson, who replaced GM veteran Rick Wagoner in March, joined the company immediately after business school.
By comparison, Ford Motor and Chrysler Group are now run by CEOs who came from outside the industry.
"I do think there is a benefit to bringing in outsider," Henderson said. "I think we would benefit from fresh perspective."
But Henderson said GM has some constraints on recruiting top executive talent, including pay limits imposed as a result of its government financial support.
"We are working in Washington to finalize how we pay people," he said. "Prior to bringing people in from the outside, we need to say how we might pay them."
Henderson admitted that he has seen speculation that GM Chief Financial Officer Ray Young might also leave GM, but did not offer any endorsement of his performance, saying only "Ray's our CFO."
In other comments, Henderson also said that GM has not drawn down any more federal dollars since emerging from bankruptcy. It still plans to have an initial public offering of its stock in the second half of 2010, a key to repaying the $50 billion in federal help it has received. But he said that offering would depend on financial performance, its balance sheet and market conditions.
He said the company is on course to meet its financial plans, even though year-to-date staff reductions have been somewhat less than forecast.
"Profitability and cash flow will be the key," he said about the IPO plans.