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January 25, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
The Hartz Group, which owns the weekly Village Voice, is interested in buying the New York Post, chairman Leonard Stern said Sunday. "We want to save the Post and ensure its future," Stern said in a statement. "With the cooperation of all interested parties, we will." The Australian-born Rupert Murdoch, whose News America Corp.
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January 25, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
The Hartz Group, which owns the weekly Village Voice, is interested in buying the New York Post, chairman Leonard Stern said Sunday. "We want to save the Post and ensure its future," Stern said in a statement. "With the cooperation of all interested parties, we will." The Australian-born Rupert Murdoch, whose News America Corp.
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July 11, 2000
* Real estate developer Hartz Group said it hired J.P. Morgan & Co. to explore alternatives for its pet food and supplies unit, Hartz Mountain Corp., including a sale, merger or acquisition. Jackpot Enterprises Inc., a Las Vegas-based operator of slot machines that's transforming itself into an Internet investment company, agreed to sell its slot machine business to E-T-T Inc. for $45 million. E-T-T is a slot machine operator owned by Nevada's Herbst family.
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February 9, 1996 | PAUL D. COLFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Village Voice tried to throw a body blow this week in the battle among New York City's weekly publications by announcing that it will be available free of charge in Manhattan starting April 10. Leonard Stern, chairman of the Hartz Group, owns the Voice and also LA Weekly and OC Weekly--which are distributed free--through the Hartz subsidiary, Stern Publishing.
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