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Three of the groups that lost out in the bidding for The Boston Globe say their offers were higher than Red Sox owner John W. Henry’s winning $70 million bid — prompting them to question the New York Times Co.’s sales process.
John Gormally, a Springfield television station owner and publisher of BusinessWest magazine; Robert Loring, a Massachusetts native and founder of Revolution Capital, a West Coast investment company that owns the Tampa Tribune; and John Lynch, chief executive of the U-T San Diego newspaper, all expressed surprise or dissatisfaction with the results of the sales process and said their bids were each higher than the Henry offer.
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