Post Retrenchment, Troll Begins to Re-Grow

November 2002
Educational Marketer;11/11/2002, Vol. 33 Issue 32, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on Troll Communications' efforts to re-grow its business, under the leadership of Chief Executive Officer Peter Bergen.


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