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Herald's antitrust case could turn on definition of market

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / January 14, 2005

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The Boston Herald's effort to get the Justice Department to halt The New York Times Co.'s acquisition of a minority share of the Metro Boston newspaper on antitrust grounds could hinge on how the area's media market is defined. (Full article: 946 words)

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