June 2002
Book Publishing Report;6/10/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the financial status of two book companies in the U.S. Comments of Books & Music Inc. chief executive officer Heather Reisman on the financial turnaround prospects of the business; Details on the consolidated revenues of the company; Sales at Indigo superstores and traditional stores.


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