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Irish Times may bid for Examiner

The Examiner is owned by the Landmark Media Investments, which had revenue of €47.7 million in 2014

26th March, 2017

The Irish Times is understood to be considering a bid for the Irish Examiner newspaper, according to sources familiar with the matter.

The Cork-based newspaper, which is owned by Landmark Media Investments, is engaged in a process to deal with its legacy debt. KPMG are working as advisers.

It was reported last month that Independent News & Media was considering a bid for the Examiner, and had held talks with the title’s owner. The Irish...

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