Sale Process Lags for 101communications as Speculation Points to Neal Vitale
By Tony Silber
said in September that its owner, the private-equity firm Frontenac Company, would be selling it, CEO Jeff Klein said he expected the deal to be done by the end of the year.
and the ABRY-F+W lawsuit
, plus rising interest rates;many observers say the frothy days of earlier in 2005 are over.
Top Management Meeting a month ago, dealmakers were saying that the 101 sweepstakes had come down to a single prospective buyer: A West Coast magazine-industry operator backed by a private-equity firm.
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