KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Hallmark Cards here has reached an agreement with United Media, a New York-based international entertainment and information company, to license the use of Dilbert for greeting cards and other products available in stores and on-line. r in outlets that carry Ambassador products nationwide. "Dilbert is a terrific addition to our collection," said Vicki Fike, licensing marketing strategist. "The fresh and clever wit that creator Scott Adams expresses through Dilbert is a ...

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