Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion. Back in 2009, George Lucas had made a deal with Verizon for the use of the DROID name. This is why overseas versions of the same Motorola phones do not use the DROID moniker. On most ads or documents related to a Motorola DROID phone, you will see the statement "DROID is a trademark of Lucasfilm Ltd. and its related companies. Used under license."
So what does this all mean? It means that Disney will now get the licensing fees and royalties from Verizon for using the DROID name which could result in a higher stock price. And who benefits the most from a higher price for Disney shares? That would be the company's largest shareholder, the Steve P. Jobs Trust. Despite his deep and profound hatred of the platform, sales of Motorola DROID handsets could make Steve Jobs richer. That is irony. Of course, Jobs can't spend a penny of this windfall which is another irony, albeit a sadder one.