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Ad-tech company Viant completed a company buyout earlier this week that the co-founders say allows them to “take back control” from Meredith Corporation.
Viant, a leading advertising technology company, announced it has completed a company buyout and that the Viant co-founders, Tim and Chris Vanderhook, are taking back control of the ad tech company from Meredith Corporation.
Meredith Corp. has sold the 60% stake it owns in ad tech company Viant to its co-founders.
Ad tech company Viant’s co-founders,Tim and Chris Vanderhook, announced they have bought back the 60 percent stake of the company from Meredith Corp for an undisclosed fee. The company will therefore return to the market as independent.