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GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE SOLD TO EQUITY PARTNERSHIP.

Former Thompson Publishing Group (Washington, D.C.) ceo Joseph Ozalas and Housatonic Partners (Boston, MA), together with credit partner MCG Credit Corp. (Arlington, VA), have acquired the Governance Institute (La Jolla, CA) from management, including company founder Charles Ewell. No terms of the deal were given, but Ozalas did not deny reports that the deal exceeded $10 million.

Established in 1986, the Governance Institute produces newsletters, books, videos and related conferences for executives in the healthcare industry, including hospitals and HMOs. Its principle product is Governance 100, an information service that includes quarterly healthcare/government research reports, quarterly videos and admittance to related conferences. An annual subscription costs $9500.
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Date:Apr 30, 2000
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