Now that Knight-Ridder Inc. has retained Goldman Sachs & Co. to handle the sale of Knight-Ridder Financial -- and as everyone waits for the release of the prospectus -- the names of companies interested in the vendor are surfacing. When announcing Knight-Ridder's decision to sell KRF, Tony Ridder, chairman and chief executive officer, said that "KRF's full potential will be maximized by becoming part of an organization having a strong focus on real-time financial information."
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