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December 24, 1999 | Associated Press
Marketing company Snyder Communications Inc. said it hired Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown to advise on strategic alternatives to maximize shareholder value, including a possible sale of the company. The news sent its shares up $3.19, or 20%, to close at $19 on the New York Stock Exchange. The shares have hovered below $15 since October, well off their 52-week high of $41 early last February. Bethesda, Md.
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December 25, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Snyder Communications Inc. Chief Executive Daniel Snyder's decision to hire an investment banker to evaluate a possible sale of the company was triggered by a $1.8-billion buyout offer from an unnamed advertising agency, the Washington Post reported, citing sources close to the company. Snyder has been frustrated by the performance of his marketing company's shares and is spending more of his time running his Washington Redskins football team.
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December 25, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Snyder Communications Inc. Chief Executive Daniel Snyder's decision to hire an investment banker to evaluate a possible sale of the company was triggered by a $1.8-billion buyout offer from an unnamed advertising agency, the Washington Post reported, citing sources close to the company. Snyder has been frustrated by the performance of his marketing company's shares and is spending more of his time running his Washington Redskins football team.
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December 24, 1999 | Associated Press
Marketing company Snyder Communications Inc. said it hired Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown to advise on strategic alternatives to maximize shareholder value, including a possible sale of the company. The news sent its shares up $3.19, or 20%, to close at $19 on the New York Stock Exchange. The shares have hovered below $15 since October, well off their 52-week high of $41 early last February. Bethesda, Md.
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August 20, 2007 | Jim Puzzanghera, Times Staff Writer
Washington Redskins owner Daniel M. Snyder strolled the sidelines at his team's training camp like the boss at a company picnic. As floodlights bathed the field one recent night and the sticky summer air cooled, he chatted with coaches and team executives. When star receiver Santana Moss jogged off for some water, Snyder shook his hand. But when the scrimmage heated up, so did Snyder.
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