Ripplewood Holdings had sent an American classic into bankruptcy.
Read BrandlandUSA’s stories about how to save this American icon:
- The potential of Reader’s Digest in a Web 2.0 World.
- What to do about the magazine (and company) now that it is in bankruptcy. Hint: They need to channel the Wallaces. Seriously.
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Iam a fan and subscriber of readers digest, sad to know that they are suffering bankruptcy.