Analysts seem to agree that consolidation is looming in the New York metropolitan market -- the question is whether it will occur through a brutal price war that weakens all the players or via a more civil process of carefully calculated merger and acquisition. At a meeting of analysts hosted by SN last week (in-depth coverage will appear in a future issue), some of the analysts suggested that the New York market was ripe for an aggressive price battle, given the recent developments at ...

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