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April 12, 1996
Strategic Alliance Partners, a management group in the interactive CD industry, said Thursday that it has signed a three-year contract to represent Damian Music's line of enhanced compact discs. The company would not release financial terms. Strategic Alliance will help to put such titles as "Da Black Side Brown," as well as CD-ROM games "Doom" and "Hexen," into retail distribution. Enhanced CDs are CD-ROMs that can double as music CDs.
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BUSINESS
April 12, 1996
Strategic Alliance Partners, a management group in the interactive CD industry, said Thursday that it has signed a three-year contract to represent Damian Music's line of enhanced compact discs. The company would not release financial terms. Strategic Alliance will help to put such titles as "Da Black Side Brown," as well as CD-ROM games "Doom" and "Hexen," into retail distribution. Enhanced CDs are CD-ROMs that can double as music CDs.
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July 11, 2000
Sitestar, Encino, said it has retained Travis Morgan Securities for investment banking services and advice on growth strategy, potential acquisitions and strategic alliance partners. Sitestar is a diversified holding company that acquires and invests in emerging Internet technologies and enterprises.
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