Robert Johnson: A Big Bet On BetBy
BET Holdings Chairman Robert Johnson may finally succeed in taking his company private. On Mar. 16, with the help of longtime partner Liberty Media, the cable impresario who founded the Black Entertainment TV network in 1980 offered shareholders a sweetened $63 a share to take his company private--up from the $48 he first offered in September.
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