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INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY ANNOUNCES 1991 PAID ADVERTISING, CIRCULATION

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY ANNOUNCES 1991 PAID ADVERTISING, CIRCULATION
 LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Investor's Business Daily, the seven-year-old business newspaper that competes with The Wall Street Journal, announced that paid advertising increased 21 percent for 1991. Circulation, currently at 131,000, increased 26 percent in the latest year. Chairman William O'Neil stated, "Major increases are continuing in corporate advertising, as more firms seek our high income business readers in today's recessionary environment.
 "We've added numerous new features to Investor's Business Daily that are not available elsewhere," stated O'Neil. "We expect another year of major increases."
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 /CONTACT: Kathy Sherman of Investor's Business Daily, 310-207-1832/ CO: Investor's Business Daily ST: California IN: PUB SU:


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