NBTY Online Focus, Retail Expansion Leads To Late 1999 Stock Climb
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NBTY's continued commitment to expanding its retail business, as well as its heightened emphasis on Internet operations, appear to have been favorably received by Wall Street onlookers toward the end of 1999.
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