Thank you note: Open letter to NYC's Giuseppe Cipriani

Crain, Rance
August 1999
Advertising Age;8/2/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 32, p24
Trade Publication
Opposes the comments made by Giuseppe Cipriani, owner of the New York City-based restaurant business Rainbow Room, to a column by Steve Malanga, managing editor of Crain's New York Business. Impact of the comments made by Cipriani on the New York publication's readership; Claims of Malanga regarding the effort of Cipriani to refurbish Rainbow Room; Details of the uncomplimentary remarks made by Malanga against real estate agent Jerry Speyer.


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