NEW YORK The publishers of Zagat Survey, the popular restaurant guidebooks that rate and rank eateries based on price, service and food quality, said Monday that it was entertaining bids to sell the company. Lawyers Tim and Nina Zagat created the guidebooks on a whim in 1979, using restaurant reviews prepared by friends. Zagat Survey now uses more than 300,000 reviewers to cover such other leisure activities as travel, nightlife and shopping in more than 100 countries. Last year it ...

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