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Going public is the last thing Dotdash wants right now, CEO says

By Bloomberg
03 October 2019   |   11:50 am
Neil Vogel, Dotdash chief executive officer, discusses the company's acquisition of Liquor.com, its growth strategy and the state of the online advertising market with Bloomberg's Ed Hammond on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."


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