August 2001
Electronic Media;8/13/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 33, p1
Reports on developments concerning business enterprises in the United States as of August 13, 2001. AOL Time Warner Inc.'s cancellation of a number of upfront advertising orders; Warner Bros. Inc.'s filing of a breach of contract suit against independent producer Rocket Science Laboratories.


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