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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (2356)11/15/2000 3:59:45 PM
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11/14/00 NEWSEDGE CORP (NEWZ)
Quarterly Report (SEC form 10-Q)

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To: Tim Luke who wrote (2353)11/28/2000 4:54:15 PM
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Must be too much turkey ... thought I saw Elvis, LOL!

Wow ... NEWZ bidding < 52 wk. lo....

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (2358)12/7/2000 1:09:30 PM
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NEWSEDGE CORP. DIRECTOR FILES SEC FORM 4

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (2359)1/25/2001 4:47:34 PM
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NewsEdge Expands Service Offering

Leader in Content Services Offers Three Comprehensive Packages to Enable Businesses of All Sizes to Enhance Corporate Web Sites

BURLINGTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 25, 2001--NewsEdge Corporation (NASDAQ:NEWZ - news), a global provider of content solutions and electronic publishing technologies for business, today announced the availability of three new service packages to enable customers to tailor Web-delivered news content and related services to fit their business needs. The new offerings are scalable to enable businesses of all sizes to more easily take advantage of NewsEdge's content syndication services for Web sites, Intranets, corporate portals and Extranets.

The service packages are tiered to offer NewsEdge syndicated content, infrastructure and publishing tools at each price point. Each package contains important elements of both NewsEdge core technology and business-oriented content including:

- Content resources--Syndicated content from the NewsEdge Refinery(TM), a unique and patented combination of technology and human editorial review, which ensures that news and information has been normalized, filtered, enhanced, categorized and tagged for maximum value and ease of selection. Content is selected from over 2,000 sources and delivered as over 1,700 business topics.

- Web site editor technology resources--To make publishing well-organized content to Web sites, including topic selection and organization, easy and seamless.

- User technology and resources--To drive Web site visitor experience and increase habituation including search, personalized Web pages and NewsEdge ReachOut Mail, a turn-key permission email marketing news delivery feature.

- Company Information Package resources--To provide end-users the ability to locate news, stock quotes and other essential information on publicly traded companies, including historical charts, corporate profile, financials, management discussion and SEC filings.

``Today's enterprises and leading Web sites understand the value of news as an educator and a site enhancer, and they also recognize the importance of easy-to-use technology for adding content to their sites,'' said Charles White, senior vice president of Content services for NewsEdge. ``Visitors and customers require industry-specific news content, and are increasingly turning to NewsEdge to find it. Our new packages allow customers greater flexibility in choosing syndicated content and related technology and tools. With packages beginning at only $12,000 per year, any enterprise or Web site can choose the program which fills their specific needs. NewsEdge services are more accessible to a wider audience of businesses.''

About NewsEdge

NewsEdge Corporation (NASDAQ: NEWZ - news) is a global provider of syndicated content services and electronic publishing technologies for business: serving publishers, Web sites, portals and corporate Intranets. NewsEdge services make organizations smarter, attract specialized audiences, foster high-frequency usage, promote Web site ``stickiness'' and ultimately cultivate commerce. NewsEdge serves thousands of sites and companies with highly targeted content solutions from the NewsEdge Refinery, including industry-specific topics, wireless services, turn-key permission marketing and publishing tools, outsourced editorial capabilities and sub-second live news feeds and applications. The NewsEdge Refinery combines a patented combination of sophisticated technology and human editorial review to deliver highly targeted news on more than 1,700 business topics from more than 2,000 sources. NewsEdge is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, with offices and distributors throughout North America, South America, Europe, Japan and the Middle East. For more information about NewsEdge Corporation visit www.newsedge.com.

(c)NewsEdge Corporation, 2001, all rights reserved. NewsEdge is a registered trademark of NewsEdge Corporation. All other product or service marks mentioned herein are those of NewsEdge or their respective owners. Certain of the above statements on the Company's future revenue and financial performance are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially as a result of a variety of factors including, risks associated with acquisitions, the timely development and acceptance of new products, competitive developments, the success of relationships with third parties, and other risk factors described from time to time in the Company's SEC reports.

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To: Tim Luke who started this subject2/1/2001 9:21:46 AM
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Heads-up...NEWZ 3rd straight quarter profit

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NewsEdge Reports Q4 2000 Profit -- Third Straight Quarter of Sequential Operating Improvement Driven by Success of Content Solutions Business

Business Editors

NOTE: NEWZ management will conduct a conference call today at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern) to discuss the Company's Q4 2000/Year-end financial results. The dial-in number is 888/817-2206. The call will also be Webcast live at www.newsedge.com and www.streetevents.com

BURLINGTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 1, 2001--NewsEdge Corporation (Nasdaq:NEWZ - news), a global provider of syndicated content services and electronic publishing technologies for business, today reported revenues of $18.0 million and a $139,000 net profit for the quarter ended December 31, 2000, compared to revenue of $18.7 million and a $7.5 million net loss in the year-ago quarter. Earnings per share were $0.01, compared to a per share loss of $0.43 in the 1999 fourth quarter.

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``Being able to deliver three consecutive quarters of revenue, operating income, and EPS growth without depleting our $19 million cash reserves or adding any debt to our balance sheet is very gratifying, and speaks strongly to the success of our Content Solutions strategy introduced earlier this year,'' said NewsEdge Chief Financial Officer Ron Benanto. ``Another key was our ability to improve margins, cut operating expenses and enhance operating efficiencies throughout the year, without impacting our development of a major new business.''

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To: Ms. Baby Boomer who wrote (2361)2/21/2001 10:59:47 AM
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New insider trade data for NEWZ...FIRST CALL

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To: Tim Luke who started this subject3/28/2001 11:54:29 PM
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FYI: 2/9 Schedule 13G Taunus Corp.; DB Alex.Brown LLC....

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To: Tim Luke who started this subject5/3/2001 1:27:54 PM
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Hmmm, AIG & NEWZ team up...got to luv their Elvis commercial <g>...

BTW, KPMG ipo did pretty good, imho....

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NewsEdge To Report 2001 First Quarter Results On May 9th and Host Conference Call and Webcast

BURLINGTON, MA., May 2, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- NewsEdge Corporation (Nasdaq: NEWZ chart, msgs), a global provider of syndicated content services and electronic publishing technologies for business, announced today that it will release its 2001 first quarter results before the market opens on Wednesday, May 9th. The Company will host a conference call and Webcast at 11:00 am (Eastern) on that date. Both the call and Webcast are open to the general public.

The conference call dial-in # is 212/346-0282 or 415/537-1865. The call leader is NewsEdge CEO Cliff Pollan, and the confirmation # is 18761024. Please call five minutes in advance to ensure that you are connected prior to the presentation. Questions and answers will be taken only from participants on the conference call. The conference call replay will be available for 24 hours following the completion of the call starting at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern) on May 9th. The replay dial-in # is 800/633-8284 or 858/812-6440 (international callers); the access code #18761024.

Interested parties may also access the live call via Webcast on the Internet at www.newsedge.com or on the Street Events site at www.streetevents.com. The Webcast will be archived on the NEWZ Website for 14 days following the call.

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To: Tim Luke who started this subject8/7/2001 1:44:47 PM
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Hey...Thomson to buy NewsEdge in $43 million deal
(UPDATE: All figures U.S.)

Tuesday August 7, 9:15 am Eastern Time

TORONTO, Aug 7 (Reuters) - Canadian electronic publisher Thomson Corp. (Toronto:TOC.TO - news) said on Tuesday it will buy NewsEdge Corp. (NasdaqNM:NEWZ - news) in an all-cash deal worth $43 million that expands its position in the business news and corporate market segments.

Thomson said in a release a newly created subsidiary will pay $2.30 a share -- a 91 percent premium -- to buy all of the common shares of the U.S.-based company that disseminates news from thousands of sources.

The company said the deal, expected to close in the second half of the year, is contingent on tendering a majority of NewsEdge shares and other regulatory requirements. All of the company's directors, certain executive officers and a significant shareholder of NewsEdge have already pledged to tender their shares, it added.

Thomson said the offer will be followed by a back-end merger of the subsidiary, and that NewsEdge will continue to be run by its present management.

NewsEdge, which has traded in a 52-week range of 62.5 cents and $3.00 on Nasdaq, last traded on Monday at $1.20.

($1 equals $1.53 Canadian)

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