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ACBJ Acquires Remaining 50% Interest in London-Based Leaders

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 25 / 17

American City Business Journals, parent company of SportsBusiness Daily/Journal, has acquired the remaining 50% interest in London-based Leaders that it did not own. ACBJ acquired an initial 50% in Leaders in August '14 . Leaders produces sports business summits in London and N.Y. and will be expan...

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