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  • Australian court approves media merger between Nine, Fairfax

    A court on Tuesday dismissed a last-ditch challenge and approved the merger of television network Nine Entertainment with newspaper publisher Fairfax Media into an Australian media giant to be known only as Nine. Fairfax shareholders voted for the merger last week. But major shareholder...

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  • Australian court approves media merger between Nine, Fairfax

    A court has dismissed a last-ditch challenge and approved the merger of television network Nine Entertainment and newspaper publisher Fairfax Media into an Australian media giant to be known only as Nine. Fairfax shareholders voted for the merger last week. But major shareholder Antony...

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  • Australian court approves media merger between Nine, Fairfax

    SYDNEY (AP) - A court has dismissed a last-ditch challenge and approved the merger of television network Nine Entertainment and newspaper publisher Fairfax Media into an Australian media giant to be known only as Nine. Fairfax shareholders voted for the merger last week. But major shareholder Antony Catalano argued in ...

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  • Australian court approves media merger between Nine, Fairfax

    SYDNEY (AP) — A court has dismissed a last-ditch challenge and approved the merger of television network Nine Entertainment and newspaper publisher Fairfax Media into an Australian media giant to be known only as Nine.…

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  • Fairfax Media shareholders approve Nine takeover bid

    Fairfax brand to disappear after merger with Nine is complete early next month Fairfax Media shareholders have approved a $4bn merger with Nine to create a multimedia company, ending the historic Fairfax brand which was founded when John Fairfax bought the Sydney Morning Herald in 1841. Fairfax investors voted 81.49% of shares cast in favour of the merger and 18.5% against. Continue reading...

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  • Gray TV And Raycom Must Divest Stations In Nine Markets In Order To Gain DOJ Approval For Merger

    The pending $3.6 billion merger of Gray TV and Raycom, one of the two mega-deals poised to transform the local TV sector, is facing final regulatory conditions before it can proceed. Antitrust regulators at the Department of Justice today ordered the companies to divest stations in nine markets in order to avoid a scenario where the combined company owns more than two of the CBS, ABC, NBC or Fox affiliates in any single market. Without shedding stations, the company would

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  • Federal officials approve hospital merger

    Federal regulators have approved a merger between two New England hospital networks.

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