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News Briefing: Armstrong Foundation Claims Infringement

By Kate Golden on September 14, 2007No Comment
  • The Armstrong Foundation sues the Animal Charity Collar Group for its use of yellow pet collars and the phrases "Barkstrong" and "Purrstrong."  [Associated Press]
  • Lisa Dennison, former director of the Guggenheim Museum, tries her hand at auctioning art for Sotheby’s.  [New York Times]
  • A former Salvation Army fundraiser pleads guilty to robbing the organization and four elderly donors of more than $300,000.  [Associated Press]
  • Arizona State University’s scholarship aid to immigrants may be illegal.  [Arizona Republic]
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