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$12.7m in November/December 2008 is 30% higher than pre-Xmas 2007. How can this be, you ask?
02 Feb 2009
The Courier-Mail journalists seem to have been gargling too much holy water this week. Not content to sanctify Antonio Zeccola, they also seem convinced that Adams Kearney partner, Chris Adams, can r
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FOXTEL and pay television ad sales outfit Multi Channel Network have announced the appointment of Rod Read, as Commercial Director of Foxtel Sport and Olympic Games.
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