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03/15/96
THE HOT LIST: ACOP 1996 RETAIL LICENSEES

THE DAILY continues its look at ACOP retail licensees: CARLTON BOOKS (London): Hardcover and softcover books. CHAMPION (Winston-Salem, NC): Adult, youth and toddler knitwear including all types of T-s

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03/15/96
ACOG FIRES BACK AT DESIGN TEAM

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Tags: Olympics

03/14/96
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Tags: NBC, Olympics

03/14/96
S.I. OBJECTIONS STOP POTENTIAL ACOG DEAL WITH VANITY FAIR

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Tags: News Corp./Fox, Olympics, Sports Illustrated, Time Warner

03/14/96
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Tags: Olympics

03/14/96
ACOG SUED BY STADIUM DESIGNERS

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Tags: Olympics

03/14/96
COCA-COLA RELEASES PLANS FOR OLYMPIC CITY

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03/11/96
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03/06/96
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Tags: Atlanta Braves, IBM, IOC, Olympics, Time Warner

03/06/96
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