Imlay Jr., John P.; Martin, Thomas E.; Hamm, James C.; Roy, P. Norman; Oberfall, Joseph W.; von der Heyden, Karl M.; Ruffle, John E.; Lantzsch, G. Christian; Knepp, James M.; Kushell, Charles J.; Grace, J. Peter; Weiss, George; Mathieu, Raymond M.; O'Brien, Edward J.
April 1985
FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives;Apr1985, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p53
Trade Publication
Presents letters to the editor related to response of readers about the new issue of the journal "FE." Congratulations on publishing a fine inaugural issue that looks wonderful; Appraisal for editorial column that looks different from its predecessor; Suggestions for the weight of the paper be reduced; Criticism about the high gloss on the paper that makes reading a strain on the eyes.


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