THE INSIDE STORY OF TIME WARNER The year's fiercest takeover tangle sparked elation, despair, fury, and accusations in the courts and three boardrooms before its surprising conclusion. Here's what happened

Saporito, Bill; Dennis, Darienne L.; Berlin, Rosalind Klein; Sheeline, Bill
November 1989
Fortune;11/20/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 12, p164
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