HOLLYWOOD Fla. A company saying it was thwarted from bidding for Hard Rock Café International has sued the restaurant concern’s management for colluding with the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the party whose $965-million offer for Hard Rock was accepted. The plaintiff, The Cordish Co., said it would have topped the tribe's bid if it had been afforded an opportunity to pose an offer. In a statement, Cordish asserted that its representatives were twice rebuffed by the seller's advisor, ...
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