Dart pins expansion for praisery

LaPorte, Nicole
October 2006
Daily Variety;10/11/2006, Vol. 293 Issue 8, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the expansion and rename of Dart Group Corp., a public relation firm in the U.S. According to Leslee Dart, the decision to change the company's name as 42West came with its gradual expansion over the past few years, when some businessmen joined the company. The said expansion was expected to help improve the company, as it its operation continues.


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