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Drew Katz To Sell His Interest To Co-Owner Lenfest

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PHILADELPHIA - Drew Katz, the son of the late Lewis Katz, is selling his interest in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the newspaper reported in a series of tweets Tuesday night.

Drew Katz announced late Tuesday that, because of the turmoil surrounding his father's death, he's selling his interest to Inquirer co-owner Gerry Lenfest.

In a statement, Katz denied there was tension between him and Lenfest and wrote he believes the paper will be in excellent hands.

Lewis Katz bought the Inquirer, along with Lenfest, at an auction held just days before dying in a plane crash.

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