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November 13, 1998

* Primark Corp. agreed to buy Dow Jones & Co.'s Edgar Direct unit, which electronically publishes Securities and Exchange Commission filings, for an undisclosed price. Dow Jones, publisher of the Wall Street Journal, also said it is cutting 30 jobs by selling Edgar Direct and restructuring its federal filings unit, which reports on filings to the SEC and other government agencies.

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* Neiman Marcus Group Inc. agreed to pay $112,500 to settle charges that it violated federal law by selling flammable terry-cloth bathrobes from 1988 to 1997, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. The company denied it violated any law.

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