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March 17, 1997 | JENNIFER OLDHAM
Mark Wong wanted to send a note and a few pictures of his dog to an ailing friend, so he jumped on his computer and designed a jazzy get-well package, envelope and all. The letter was such a hit with his friend that he decided to start his own company.
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April 26, 1999 | JENNIFER OLDHAM
Software maker DogByte Development will announce today that it is forming a division to focus exclusively on developing titles for women. The Los Angeles-based firm said the division, dubbed HerSoft, will share employees and resources with DogByte. HerSoft will roll several of DogByte's current titles into its product mix, which will include crafts and home-decorating titles.
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BUSINESS
April 26, 1999 | JENNIFER OLDHAM
Software maker DogByte Development will announce today that it is forming a division to focus exclusively on developing titles for women. The Los Angeles-based firm said the division, dubbed HerSoft, will share employees and resources with DogByte. HerSoft will roll several of DogByte's current titles into its product mix, which will include crafts and home-decorating titles.
BUSINESS
March 17, 1997 | JENNIFER OLDHAM
Mark Wong wanted to send a note and a few pictures of his dog to an ailing friend, so he jumped on his computer and designed a jazzy get-well package, envelope and all. The letter was such a hit with his friend that he decided to start his own company.
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