RH buys stake in Princeton Review

July 1995
Publishers Weekly;7/17/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 29, p121
Trade Publication
Reports on Random House Inc.'s 20% acquisition of The Princeton Review's equity interest. Award of one seat on Princeton Review's board to Random House; Publishing collaboration between the companies; Information on The Princeton Review.


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