Digital First Media is reportedly planning to make an offer to buy USA Today publisher Gannett
Monday, 14 January 2019 () **
· *Media News Group Enterprises, better known as Digital First Media, is reportedly planning to make an offer to buy USA Today publisher Gannett Co. at $12 per share.*
· *The offer would represent a 23% premium over Gannett's Friday closing share price of $9.75.*
· *The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with...
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