Dolan family takes Cablevision private

June 2007
CED;Jun2007, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of the Dolan Family Group to buy and privatize Cablevision Systems Corp. in the U.S. It was cited that the company has formed a company that will buy all outstanding shares of Cablevision that they do not own for $ 36.26 per share in cash. The Dolan Family Group will put up about $ 2.1 billion in equity to the transaction through reinvestment of its Cablevision shares in the new private company.


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