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Parent firm of 'Capitol Times' goes public (access required)

Dolan Media, the parent company of the Arizona News Service, publisher of Arizona Capitol Times, went public today.The Minneapolis-based firm’s shares opened on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “DM,” with an initial public offering price of $14.50, though when trading commenced at 10 a.m., shares opened at $16.40 apiece and quickly ...

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