Sides nearing peace on the Prairie: 'Solomonic' ending awaits Earlham, museum

Once the fine points of the deal with Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter are worked out, Earlham will hand over $91.5 million in cash and its interest in a jointly owned golf course worth another $2.5 million-much more than the $64.7 million take-it-or-leaveit offer the college made just before firing the museum's CEO and dismissing nearly all its directors in June 2003. "We're just trying to put this behind us," Earlham board Chairman Mark B. Myers told IBJ after trustees...

 

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