Billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad says he is in no talks to buy the Los Angeles Times despite a tweet two weeks ago by Rupert Murdoch to the contrary, the Chicago Tribune reports. But if there were a deal, how much would the Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune be worth? Only about $200 million, the International Business Times reports, way below The Times’ purchase price of $8.3 billion in 2000.
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