By and  on March 31, 2005

NEW YORK — A premium price for a premium retailer.

Investment banking sources familiar with the potential sale of the Neiman Marcus Group said Wednesday that the high-end retailer has a price tag of $100 a share, or about $5 billion. Prior estimates on the acquisition price were in the range of $4 billion to $5 billion.

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