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Weinstein Co. completes $289 million sale to private equity company

Goodbye, Weinstein Co. Hello, Lantern Entertainment.

On Monday, the beleaguered studio wrecked by sexual assault allegations against its co-founder Harvey Weinstein completed the sale of its assets to Lantern Capital Partners, closing the book on the

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