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Disney, Fox no longer in current talks: Reports

By Bloomberg
07 November 2017   |   10:42 am
Walt Disney Co. held talks to buy most of 21st Century Fox Inc., which would have given the entertainment giant control of another studio and TV production assets, CNBC said, citing people familiar with the situation.

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