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Weekend Journal (Martha's Trouble) #730243

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 07, 2003
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The future for Martha Stewart & for the people with an interest in her fate following her indictment on charges stemming from inside trading featured; details given in the decline of ad revenue at Stewart's magazine. [ founder John SMALL†- lists the requests for stuff; states why Martha is being singled out; asserts Martha will have no problem if she can do public relations.] [Morningstar's Terrence MACKAY†- says all aspects of the business are facing problems during the investigation.] [Retail analyst Wendy LEIBMANN†- comments.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Stewart's new Website mentioned.

Mitchell, Russ

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