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As woes escalate for Harvey Weinstein's former company, potential buyers begin to circle

LOS ANGELES - Hollywood is already starting to kick the tires of the Weinstein Co., barely a week after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced against its ousted co-founder, Harvey Weinstein.

Woes escalated for Weinstein and his former company this week as police in New York and London began criminal investigations into alleged sexual assault by the film producer. Questions are also swirling about whether board members and other executives were aware of harassment claims, raising more doubts about viability of the New York movie and television studio.

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