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The Mets are in talks to sell 80% of the team to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen

Business Insider Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
The Mets are in talks to sell 80% of the team to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen· *The New York Mets' owners are in talks to sell up to 80% of the team to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.*
· *The deal would value the baseball team at $2.6 billion, and the Mets confirmed the discussions in a statement obtained by Bloomberg.*
· *The Wilpon family took control of...
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The billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen might be the New York Mets new owner. Cohen is considering increasing his stake in the franchise up to 80 percent.

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