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Worth magazine -
March 2008 cover story

Kathy Jubitz has no tolerance for polluters in her portfolio. A former environmental educator, she used to wake up two hours early every morning to commute on public transportation rather than foul the air with her car's exhaust. In 2000, after her father, Al, reaped a windfall from the sale of a division of his Portland, Ore.-based shipping company, Jubitz Corp., she suddenly found herself grappling with a thornier personal choice: translating her passionate environmentalism to the management of substantial wealth.


WWD - March 1998

Sixteen-year-old Daria Morgendorffer knows the importance of fashion. After all, she's a high school student, by definition immersed in a highly competitive, extremely clothes- conscious environment. 
Starring in her own hit cartoon before she's old enough to join the army or drink a glass of champagne could be overwhelming, but Daria doesn't get caught up in the hype of being a star on MTV. After all, she got her start as a minor character on "Beavis and Butt-head" before branching out into her own series last year, so she can hold her own with the best of them. Her brand of brainy, sarcastic humor and her laid-back look oversized eyeglasses, short skirt, jacket and boots, have touched a chord with viewers across the country. 
Daria took time out from her busy schedule of tapings, homework, and hanging out at the pizza parlor to share her opinions on fashion.


DNR - April 16, 1997

Like the rock star he always wanted to become, at 2 a.m. Sunday morning, Nick Graham, Joe Boxer front man, stood at the head of a tour bus rapping into a microphone for an audience of journalists, friends, Icelandic groupies and assorted hangers-on. Grabbing the mic, 18-year-old Gunnar, a round-faced Icelander overwhelmed by the hype, began to chant, "Joe Boxer's in the house, Joe Boxer's in the house." 
Welcome to Joe Boxer's Iceland invasion.

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