New Marketing V-P at Scholastic

August 2004
Publishers Weekly;8/9/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 32, p120
Trade Publication
Reports on the appointment of Linda Keene as executive vice-president of the marketing department at U.S. publishing company Scholastic. Responsibilities of the appointee; Experience of Keene in the financial services industry.


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