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A ‘challenging year’ for Harlequin parent Torstar

Canada-based media group Torstar, owner of romance publisher Harlequin/Mills & Boon, has described 2006 as a ‘challenging' year in announcing its annual results. Net income for the year was down CAN$ 39.7 million (A$41.4 million) to CAN$79.1 million (A$82.5 million), from CAN$118.8 million (A$123.8) in 2005.However, president and CEO Robert Pritchard said Harlequin...

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