• Friday, Sep. 21, 2001
Ad Biz Copes With Tragedy, Perspective And Logistics

Before Sept. 11—the day which translates numerically into 9-1-1—much of the commercialmaking business was bemoaning a slowed economy, a glut of directors, the lasting ramifications of last year's strike by the actors' unions, and assorted other problems, both real and imagined.

But in one...

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