DK in London offers big stock incentive

Wheeler, Sara
August 1994
Publishers Weekly;8/8/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 32, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on an offer of share option at five percent of current value to employees of London, England-based Dorling Kindersley by chairman and chief executive officer Peter Kindersley.


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