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Social Media Group Acquisition Called Off

Kim Hart

A month ago, Livingston Communications, a local PR firm that focuses on social media, announced plans to be acquired by the Social Media Group in Toronto. Today, the two companies said, via their blogs, that the acquisition has been called off.

Geoff Livingston said in a short video clip that the management styles were not a good fit and it became obvious that the combination would not work. But he said to look out for other new developments coming out of the firm soon.

By Kim Hart  |  August 27, 2008; 5:03 PM ET  | Category:  Kim Hart
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Posted by: Barry Fitz | August 27, 2008 9:51 PM

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