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Haymarket Media Inc., the U.S. arm of the U.K.-based media company Haymarket Media Group, has acquired Compliance Week from Boston-based Financial Media Holdings Group Inc. The transaction is expected to close July 1, but terms were not disclosed. Compliance Week covers corporate governance, risk and compliance information for financial and legal executives at public companies. It was founded in 2002 by Scott Cohen and Frank Hertz and now includes a paid weekly e-newsletter, paid monthly print magazine, annual conference, and a paid-access Web site. “We are thrilled to have made this acquisition and to be working with Scott and Frank who have developed an
Haymarket Media Inc. has acquired DMNews from Courtenay Communications Corp. Both companies are privately held and based in New York. Details of the transaction were not disclosed. DMNews’ print edition is a weekly tabloid with a circulation over 50,000. The sale includes DMNews.com, and six e-mail newsletters, including DMNews-iMarketing News Daily, DM News Hot List of the Day, DM News Whitepaper of the Day and three weeklies, which are delivered to over 35,000 individuals. The sale of DMNews includes the rights to another Courtenay magazine, iMarketing News, which was published from 1999 to 2002. Haymarket Media publishes a dozen magazines covering the marketing, public relations, medical,