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- You don’t know this man, but you should because he’s richer, more powerful and meaner than Bob Pittman and he has a good chance of winning control of iHeart.
- How he’s buying up debt in a bid to take control of iHeart’s assets
- What iHeart can do to stop him
- Why lenders are trying to push iHeart into bankruptcy not refinance
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