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July 2002
Book Publishing Report;7/22/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 28, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on success of online media company iVillage Inc. in the book publishing business. Launch of hardcover books in a deal with Rutledge Hill Press; Debut of the iVillage Solutions Book Series with four books; Titles of the books.


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