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The Case For and Against a Brookdale Sale

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Last week ended with the news that Brookdale reportedly is considering a sale of the company.

A Brookdale sale would radically change the senior living industry. But such a transaction would not be a shock, considering how many times in the past the Brentwood, Tennessee-based company has appeared ready to change hands.

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