A Diva Dethroned

Raz, Tahl
December 2001
Inc.;Dec2001, Vol. 23 Issue 16, p18
Reports on the dismissal of J'Amy Owens as board member of Retail Group, a branding and retail-design firm that she co-founded. Reputation of Owen's in the retail industry; Her contributions to the company; Reason behind her dismissal.


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