BEVERLY HILLS (LA Business Journal) — The Beverly Hills Courier — the 54-year-old, self-described newspaper of record for Beverly Hills — has new owners.
An investment group fronted by John Bendheim, president of Beverly Hills real estate holding company Bendheim Enterprises Inc. and writer Lisa Bloch announced in the publication’s Sept. 6 issue they bought the Courier from the Paula Kent Meehan Trust.
In an interview, Bloch, who will share publishing duties with Bendheim, declined to identify the other investors or the purchase price for the free, weekly newspaper, with a current distribution of 40,000.
The ownership change is a new direction for the Courier, which operated under hair care entrepreneur Meehan’s estate for the past […]
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