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Apple To Webcast Semi-Annual Financial Analyst Meeting Tomorrow

Apple To Webcast Semi-Annual Financial Analyst Meeting Tomorrow

by , 8:20 AM EST, January 30th, 2001

Due to recent rules changes from the SEC that require corporations to make information given to analysts available to the public, Apple will be webcasting their semi-annual analyst and shareholder meeting. That meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon, and Apple will be offering a live QuickTime Streaming broadcast of the event. Apple will also be offering an archived version of the meeting through the end of February of this year. According to Apple:

WHAT: Apple® will provide members of the media and the public a live audio webcast of its semi-annual meeting for financial analysts.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 31, 2001, 1:30 p.m. (PST)/4:30 p.m. (EST)

WHERE: Members of the media and the public can access live audio streaming of Apple's financial analyst meeting utilizing QuickTime™4, the industry-leading multimedia software for live and on-demand audio and video streaming. The webcast will be accessible through Apple's Web site at http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/analyst_meeting_q101/. Listeners simply need to download a copy of QuickTime 4 in advance from www.apple.com/quicktime to listen to the meeting.

REPLAY: Audio replay of the webcast will be available on Apple's Web site at
http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/analyst_meeting_q101/ via QuickTime 4 through February 28, 2001.

Tune in tomorrow to The Mac Observer coverage during the event. For other stories regarding Apple's stock activity, visit our updated Apple Stock Watch Special Report.

The Mac Observer Spin:

These meetings tend to be much more open than is Apple's and Steve Jobs' usual wont. This is because these meetings are usually reserved and analysts. Wall Street and the corporate world resisted the rules changes that make publicizing this information a requirement, but there is no rule that says a company has to webcast these meetings. Apple is doing that on their own. We aren't going out on a limb here, but our educated guess is that we will probably find out some hard facts on Apple's current quarter as well as information about the availability of PowerBook and PowerMac G4s.

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