WWF needs space for growth

Khasru, B. Z.; Philippidis, Alex
February 2001
Fairfield County Business Journal;02/12/2001, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p8
Reports that Stamford, Connecticut-based entertainment company World Wrestling Federation Entertainment Inc. is planning to expand into another headquarters. Plans of relocating to New York; Factors attributing to the corporate growth experienced by the company; Estimated floor area in additional space requirement of the company.


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