In mid-January, Zagat Survey founders Tim and Nina Zagat announced they had hired Wall Street dealmaker deluxe Goldman Sachs to find a “strategic alternative” for their company. The pair—she’s 65, he’s 67—said they would entertain offers for joint ventures and partnerships. But those familiar with the company’s internal workings were quoted by the New York Times as saying that the company was worth about $200 million by the usual media multipliers (10 times EBITDA) and that the “For Sale” ...

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