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Schley, Stewart
June 2007
CED;Jun2007, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
The article addresses issues on the move of Time Inc. to acquire Warner Communications Inc. in the U.S. Chairman of the Paramount Communications Inc. Martin Davis wanted to derail the merger of Time and Warner, because he believed that it will imperil his company. Moreover, David has entered in the situation with a cash bid offer of $ 175 per Time share and increased it to $ 200.


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