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October 12, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Westwood One to Buy Radio Networks: Westwood One Inc. said it intends to acquire the radio network business of Unistar Radio Networks, a unit of Infinity Broadcasting Corp., for $101.3 million. Under the deal, Infinity would acquire 5 million newly issued common shares of Los Angeles-based Westwood for $3 a share. It would also have the option to buy an additional 3 million shares at the same price.
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October 12, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Westwood One to Buy Radio Networks: Westwood One Inc. said it intends to acquire the radio network business of Unistar Radio Networks, a unit of Infinity Broadcasting Corp., for $101.3 million. Under the deal, Infinity would acquire 5 million newly issued common shares of Los Angeles-based Westwood for $3 a share. It would also have the option to buy an additional 3 million shares at the same price.
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June 21, 1996 | CLAUDIA ELLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a man who says he's never given a news conference, who is known to shun public attention, Mel Alan Karmazin grabbed the spotlight with relish Thursday at a news conference announcing a $4.9-billion deal between Westinghouse Electric Corp. and Infinity Broadcasting Corp. "As a large stockholder, I'd like to see you get the stock up, Michael," the Infinity chief executive kidded Westinghouse chief Michael Jordan as the news conference began.
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