CIO Business Editors/Hi-Tech Writers PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 2, 2000--General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), Enron Corporation (NYSE: ENE), Lucent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: LU), Apple Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), and Kimberly-Clarke Corporation (NYSE: KMB) will be discussed by Federated Investors, Inc. Executive Vice-President and CIO, Tom Madden, on `Portfolio Talk', on RadioWallStreet.com Wednesday, February 2, 2000 at 10:30 AM EST, Investor Broadcast Network announced. The interview will discuss things that will be driving the market in 2000, global recovery, new digital networks, and interest rates and inflations. Steven Buchsbaum, a Commentator with RadioWallStreet.com will conduct the interview. To access this RadioWallStreet.com broadcast, investors should go to http://www.radiowallstreet.com. It may be necessary for first time visitors to Radiowallstreet.com to go to the site fifteen minutes early to download and install any necessary audio software. For those unable to attend the live broadcast, replays will be available beginning approximately one hour after each event. There is no charge to access any event. If you are viewing this release after the day of the event, you will find this interview in the "All Recent Shows" section of the website. Questions for this RadioWallStreet.com event may be submitted in advance by e-mailing email@example.com. Please reference date and time of the interview in the Subject of the e-mail. About Investor Broadcast Network Investor Broadcast Network, founded as Vcall in 1997, is the leading webcaster of investor events covering over 1200 public companies. The Company provides compelling investor content direct from companies and experts to more than 375,000 registered users through its Vcall, RadioWallStreet.com and Investor Conference broadcast services. RadioWallStreet.com provides unique and compelling interviews and roundtable discussions from leading executives and market experts for investors who need real-time analysis and insight direct from today's newsmakers. For more information on Investor Broadcast Network visit www.investorbroadcast.com.
On RadioWallStreet.com: Portfolio Talk With Federated Investors
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