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Zelnick Media Capital
Zelnick Media Capital ( ZMC; formerly ZelnickMedia) is an American private equity investment firm based in New York City that specializes in leveraged buyouts and growth capital. The company was founded by Strauss Zelnick in 2001, with a starting capital of . US$300,000  Following an investor-staged takover of  Take-Two Interactive in 2007, Zelnick became the chairman, chief executive officer and largest single shareholder of Take-Two. 
ZMC is run by Zelnick as
chief executive officer and managing partner. 
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