New alliance delivers Canadian news content to the world

de Stricker, Ulla
June 1998
Searcher;Jun98, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p62
Trade Publication
Reports on the alliance between Globe Information Services and Dow Jones Interactive Publishing in Canada. Benefits of the services to be offered by the alliance; Interactive service on business information; Effect of the alliance on the market coverage of Globe Information Services.


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