Liberty's Malone sees deals, but maybe not DirecTV


By Jeffrey Goldfarb NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - John Malone sees plenty of bargains to add to his vast media and entertainment empire, but DirecTV could be beyond his reach if more ardent suitors pursue the largest satellite TV provider. In a wide-ranging interview with Reuters late on Monday, Malone, the chairman of Liberty Media Corp. , surveyed the ailing media landscape and said he had raised $1.5 billion last week to help him go shopping. "It gives us a lot of financial ...

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