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Bob and Harvey Weinstein’s nascent media company, the Weinstein Co., said Monday that it has raised $490 million in private equity from a group of investors that includes Tarak Ben Ammar’s Quinta Communications, TF1, Goldman Sachs, financier Vivi Nevo and hedge funds Perry Capital and GLG Partners, among others.

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