Brady's Bunch

Brady, James
March 1999
Advertising Age;3/1/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 9, p29
Trade Publication
This article presents information on Matrix Awards in Waldorf, Maryland in April 1999. Star presenter at this year's Matrix Awards of New York Women in Communications will be Hillary Clinton. The invitation is not quite clear if she will be elected senator by acclamation during the actual luncheon or later that afternoon in a smoke-filled room. Hence, over lunch Primedia president Janice Grossman said '98 revenues were up 11.6 percent over '97, topping $382 million. She is a good story herself, a young Canadian who came to town, hopped a subway to Wall Street, and started making big bucks only to drop out to do inner city social work.


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