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Trade Me sale or Fairfax break up? Deutsche Bank runs sums


Chris Keall
Fri, 15 Jun 2012

Deutsche Bank analyst Andrew Anagnostellis has examined two strategic options for troubled media company Fairfax: the sale of its 66% remaining stake in Trade Me and its radio business, or a compete company break up - either by current management "or an external party."

Mr Anagnostellis ran

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Chris Keall
Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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