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Builder takes leading role in deal for Miramax

Hollywood outsider a familiar name in Mass.

By D.C. Denison
Globe Staff / August 5, 2010

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When Walt Disney Co. agreed to sell its Miramax Films unit last week for $660 million, the cast of characters was all Hollywood, except for one name familiar to the Massachusetts business community: Ronald N. Tutor, chief executive of the construction giant Tutor Perini Corporation , which for more than 100 years was based in Framingham. (Full article: 716 words)

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