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Najafi and Trinity Broadcasting Offer to Acquire Tegna

This article is republished here from The Wall Street Journal Bid values company at about $4.4 billion, adding to crowded field of suitors Private-equity firm Najafi Cos. and faith-based broadcaster Trinity Broadcasting Network have offered to buy Tegna Inc. for cash consideration of $20 a share, adding their bid to a crowded field of suitors.

Najafi, Trinity Broadcasting offer to buy Tegna at $20 per share

This article is republished here from Reuters (Reuters) – Private investment firm Najafi Companies and Trinity Broadcasting Network on Tuesday offered to take U.S. regional TV station operator Tegna Inc TGNA.N private at $20 per share. Tegna’s shares jumped 16% to $17.5 in extended trading. The offer values Tegna at $4.

Tracee Ellis Ross Spent 10 Years Building Pattern, Her Hair Care Brand

This article is republished here from Entrepreneur “These shoes are going to kill me,” Tracee Ellis Ross calls out to the costume designer, as she holds up a pair of Pradas. Ross and the crew are on the Disney lot in Burbank, Calif., deciding on outfits for the next episode of Black-ish, in which she plays the lead.

Alcorcon adds to MSP’s growing portfolio

This article is republished here from Insider Sport Agrupación Deportiva Alcorcon S.A.D., a Spanish football team based in Madrid, has undergone a takeover from an investor group which includes MSP Sports Capital (MSP), Ivan Bravo and David Blitzer.