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21 April 2006 By Rob Cox

A buyout by the Sulzbergers is superficially attractive as the stock tumbles and outside shareholders become increasingly pesky. But the family might conclude it s better to put up with sniping from powerless shareholders than paying heed to banks or private equity.

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