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Audible, Inc.

Audible, Inc. is a leading provider of Internet-delivered premium spoken audio content for playback on personal computers and mobile devices. The Company markets, a Web store offering more than 16,000 hours of spoken audio programming from more than 100 different providers; the AudibleManager™, a software system that manages access to, scheduling and automatic delivery of audio programming; and the AudiblePlayer™, software designed for mobile digital devices with audio capabilities that allows those devices to download, store, and play back between 2 and 28 hours of content from

The Company has recently announced a series of partnerships with Compaq Computer Corporation, Casio Computer Company, Philips Mobile Computing Group, and Everex Systems designed to bring Audible's content services to PC companions powered by the Microsoft® Windows® CE Operating System. AudiblePlayer™, will also be available in digital audio devices, such as Diamond Multimedia Systems Rio 500 and Creative Labs' Nomad.

Encyclopaedia Britannica

Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. is a leading publisher of high-quality information and reference products in electronic and print form. It publishes the most authoritative and comprehensive encyclopedias in the English language: Britannica CD, on CD-ROM; Britannica Online, on the Internet; and the famous 32-volume Encyclopædia Britannica. The company also offers an Internet navigation service, Britannica®, which allows users to cut through the clutter on the Web and go directly to high-quality web sites that provide the information they need. 

Founded in 1768 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Encyclopædia Britannica has long been the standard by which other encyclopedias are judged. Its distinguished contributors have ranged from Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, and Marie Curie to Carl Sagan and Milton Friedman. In fact, 80 Nobel laureates have written 150 articles for Encyclopædia Britannica. Today's Encyclopædia Britannica is used to satisfy a vast range of information needs, from academic and professional research to answers to everyday questions.

Today, the company also provides high-quality Web navigation and information honing for knowledge seekers on the Internet with Britannica®, at

The company also publishes encyclopedias in more than 10 foreign languages as well as dictionary and language products through its Merriam-Webster subsidiary in Springfield, MA. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

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PowerQuest Corporation

PowerQuest launched its premier product, PartitionMagic®, in March 1995. PowerQuest has experienced phenomenal growth, catching the attention of industry analysts, who have recognized PowerQuest as one of the top five fastest growing software companies in the U.S. the last two years and in the top 500 software companies worldwide. PowerQuest ranked No. 1 on World Trade Magazine's list of the top 100 fastest-growing high-tech exporters and won the coveted Utah 100 award for fastest revenue growth out of 14,000 entrants. To date, PowerQuest's jaw-dropping technology has gained more than 30 industry awards.

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