February 2003
Cabinet Maker;2/7/2003, Issue 5323, p29
Trade Publication
Reports on the amount lost by Martha Stewart, owner of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. in the U.S. Federal investigations on the business dealings of Stewart; Effect of the investigations on the business; Loss of business opportunities for Stewart.


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