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December 14, 1991 | JUANITA DARLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mexico's premier entertainment company made a spectacular stock market debut this week in the midst of a slump at the Mexican Stock Exchange. In Mexico's largest initial public offering, investors paid $750 million for 20% of Televisa, which owns 211 media-related businesses worldwide. At $12.50 a share, the sales price was $1 more than the top price expected. The stock rose $1.17 in its first day of trading Tuesday, as the rest of the Mexican market plummeted. A simultaneous placement among U.
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December 14, 1991 | JUANITA DARLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mexico's premier entertainment company made a spectacular stock market debut this week in the midst of a slump at the Mexican Stock Exchange. In Mexico's largest initial public offering, investors paid $750 million for 20% of Televisa, which owns 211 media-related businesses worldwide. At $12.50 a share, the sales price was $1 more than the top price expected. The stock rose $1.17 in its first day of trading Tuesday, as the rest of the Mexican market plummeted. A simultaneous placement among U.
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September 18, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Liam Hemsworth isn't wasting time nor tears on Miley Cyrus, getting caught on camera Tuesday planting a big ol' smooch on another (quite beautiful) woman. Before the news of his broken engagement with Cyrus even had time to settle -- it was officially acknowledged only Monday, after all -- Hemsworth, 23, had moved on with Mexican singer-actress Eiza Gonzalez, also 23. A woman his own age! "The Hunger Games" actor and Gonzalez, who apparently met in Vegas over the weekend, were snapped kissing at her Beverly Hills apartment complex on Tuesday afternoon, E!
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