A changing of the guard

November 2000
Inc.;Nov2000, Vol. 22 Issue 16, p13
Provides information on `Inc.' magazine founded by Bernard Goldhirsh. Background on how the magazine was formed; Acquisition of the company by Gruner + Jahr in August 2000; Innovation applied by Great Harvest Bread Co.


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