Torstar to Keep Edn. Group, Except For Troll

January 1999
Publishers Weekly;1/11/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 2, p17
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of Torstar company to keep the majority of the companies that make up its children's supplementary education publishing group (CSEP). Review on the strategic alternatives for Troll Communications; Total sales of the CSEP division in 1997.


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