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Meredith says Koch brothers will not have control after helping finance Time Inc. acquisition

Magazine publisher and broadcast company Meredith Corp. is acquiring Time Inc. in a deal valued at $2.8 billion as it seeks to adapt to the publishing industry's challenge of migrating from print to the digital age.

The Des Moines-based company said it would pay $18.50 a share for New

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