The New York Times and The Athletic have engaged in exclusive acquisition talks, reports Puck.News , six months after the two companies ended their first attempt at a potential deal. The company, which has said it doesn’t expect to be profitable until 2023, previously also held conversations with Axios, but no deal was reached. In the fall, The Athletic hired boutique bank LionTree to...
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