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Bidding for the Globe

A familiar name, an interrupted record

Taylor is drawing on his pedigree and a modern pitch

Stephen Taylor is trying to buy back the Globe, but he must convince investors he can come up with a business model to support the paper. Stephen Taylor is trying to buy back the Globe, but he must convince investors he can come up with a business model to support the paper. (John Tlumacki/ Globe Staff)
By Beth Healy
Globe Staff / October 8, 2009

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Second in a two-part series about bidders for The Boston Globe. Stephen Taylor did not want to sell the newspaper his family had run for more than a century. (Full article: 2089 words)

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