Law & Regulation

Barry Colman sells his last title: The Capital Letter

Pattrick Smellie
Mon, 27 Jan 2020

Millionaire business news and commercial publisher Barry Colman has sold boutique legal newsletter The Capital Letter, the last remaining publication in his once large stable of titles.The sale to Freeman Media, an online news and events company, ends an involvement in publishing that stretches back to 1977, when Colman started publishing the Waikato Weekender. It included 24 years as publisher of the National Business Review, which he sold in a management buyout in 2012."It's the last bit of the publishing company with any moving parts," Colma...

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