Cognition Holdings,* these days touted as the digital platform of media group Caxton, has paid a pretty price to settle up with a group of dissenting shareholders.

These shareholders — including Primedia founder William Kirsh — resisted waiving their rights to a mandatory offer following Cognition’s acquisition last year of online real estate platform Private Property...

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