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Acting like a hot Internet company, magazine publisher Primedia's stock price jumped 38% at one point last Thursday following reports it would create two subsidiaries to manage the online operations of its approximately 180 Web sites. Most of the sites are related to its magazines. Primedia had no official comment. Other media companies have created Internet units and then issued stock in them to capitalize on Wall Street interest in the Web. In trading last
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