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.
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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.
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