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FNFV Announces Sale of One Digital for $560 Million

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Fidelity National Financial, Inc. today announced that FNFV Group (NYSE: FNFV) has signed a definitive agreement to sell One Digital Health and Benefits ("One Digital") for $560 million in an all-cash transaction. After repayment of debt, payout to option holders and a minority equity investor and other transaction related payments, FNFV expects to receive approximately $330 million in cash from the sale. Closing is contingent on HSR clearance and is expected in the second quarter of 2017.

"We are excited to monetize One Digital at an attractive price for our shareholders and recognize a cash monetization of approximately $330 million," said Chairman William P. Foley, II. "We have seen tremendous growth in One Digital in our roughly 4 ½ year ownership and are proud of the success One Digital and FNFV have enjoyed together. We believe that One Digital will continue to flourish under its new ownership."

"We are thrilled about this transaction for FNFV and their shareholders," said One Digital President and CEO Adam Bruckman. "They have been an ideal partner for us over the past 4 ½ years as illustrated by our tremendous growth and success over that time period. We are equally excited to partner with our new investors for this next chapter as we look to build upon our industry leading growth and leadership position in the employee benefits marketplace.

Commissioner Manfred: Hopes To Have ASG Back In Houston

Houston (CBS HOUSTON) –  Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred was at Minute Maid Park Tuesday night to honor former Astro Bob Watson. A pregame ceremony was held for Watson who earned the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. Other former Astro greats were in attendance including Craig Biggio.

“I think that of all of his accomplishments… The one that sticks out with me was his involvement with the Baseball Assistance Team. He was crucial to the organization really growing to a level that it was self-sustaining,” Commissioner Manfred said. “He was a major league player. He was a great general manager who won a world series. He was a great employee in the commissioner’s office, and he was a driving force behind one of the most important charities in baseball.”

The commissioner also had the opportunity to talk about the current state of baseball. One of those points being the rate of play. It is something that he regards as a work in progress.