What $236 million buys: The Bear Stearns buyout

<b>Value judgment: Bear Stearns vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers</b><br>
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<b>More valuable: the Dodgers, at $632 million</b><br>
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<b>JPMorgan Chase's takeover of Bear Stearns, announced Sunday, gave the investment bank a value of just $236 million</b><br>
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Forbes, in its annual report on the value of sports franchises, values the Los Angeles Dodgers at $632 million, the fourth-most-valuable franchise in baseball, and more than double the $236-million value of Bear Stearns.
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( Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times / April 9, 2007 )

Value judgment: Bear Stearns vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers

More valuable: the Dodgers, at $632 million

JPMorgan Chase's takeover of Bear Stearns, announced Sunday, gave the investment bank a value of just $236 million

Forbes, in its annual report on the value of sports franchises, values the Los Angeles Dodgers at $632 million, the fourth-most-valuable franchise in baseball, and more than double the $236-million value of Bear Stearns.

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