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Learfield’s run fuels talk of salePublished in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 11 / 16
Learfield last month closed on its 10th acquisition in two-plus years, adding fuel to the rampant speculation that the company is about to be sold again after a flurry of deals and rapid earnings growth. The question making the rounds now among industry insiders: Can Learfield fetch a price of $1...
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