The Reader's Digest is reported to be in negotiations

January 1999
Campaign;01/22/99, Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
Informs on the Readers's Digest' reported negotiations with Time Warner to combine the magazine with several Time Inc. titles and direct-marketing businesses. Implications of possible deal on Time Warner.


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