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September 12, 1999 | Newsday

When Capt. Assaf Ran completed his service in the Israeli military, he started a publishing company to compete against the telephone directory monopoly in Israel. With the company successfully publishing independent telephone books in three Israeli cities by 1989, Ran moved to the United States to create a new company. Using his knowledge of his country's religion and culture, he decided to publish a bilingual Hebrew-English yellow pages for New York's Jewish community...

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