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NorthMarq, Cushman & Wakefield to merge

The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports a deal between Bloomington-based NorthMarq and Cushman & Wakefield is expected to be done by the end of the month. NorthMarq -- which is owned by the Pohlad family -- will hold the majority interest.
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The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports a deal between Bloomington-based NorthMarq and Cushman & Wakefield is expected to be done by the end of the month. NorthMarq -- which is owned by the Pohlad family -- will hold the majority interest.

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