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Published July 7, 1995
Today is the deadline for bids for John Labatt Ltd.'s broadcast assets and "sources predict Alliance Communications Corp. will emerge closest to Interbrew S.A.'s $630 million asking price." The Alliance bid is backed by TCI's Liberty Media (FINANCIAL POST, 7/7)....During the first half of 1995, GOLF FOR WOMEN saw ad-page gains of 24% over last year, while RUNNERS WORLD and TENNIS lost 13% and 11%, respectively (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 7/7).