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Billionaire Steve Cohen clinches deal to buy New York Mets

Credit: CBS News- Published on September 15, 2020
Alex Rodriguez and fiancee Jennifer Lopez also tried to buy MLB team, but dropped out of bidding last month.
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Published on September 15, 2020 -  01:15
Steve Cohen agrees to buy New York Mets
Billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen has signed an agreement with Sterling Partners to buy the New York Mets baseball team, beating a bid from pop star Jennifer Lopez and ex-New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez. This report produced by Fred Katayama.

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