Goldsmith, Jill
November 2000
Daily Variety;11/22/2000, Vol. 269 Issue 58, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the financial performance of World Wrestling Federation Entertainment in the second quarter ended October 27, 2000. Net income; TV advertising and merchandising sales; Launching of the XFL.


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