Citicorp is once again juggling bids on its I/B/E/S research service. Following talks with Datastream International and other would-be buyers last year (IMT, Sept. 17, 1993), Citi put its search for a new I/B/E/S parent on hold--until the turn of the year. At that time, the bank flung the doors back open and invited prospects in to chat again. "Interest has never been stronger," says one source close to the talks. "Expect a deal in the near term." However, among a long list of candidates

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