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Cornell University/The Johnson School to Ring the NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell

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MEDIA ADVISORY, July 13, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) --

What: Robert J. Swieringa, Dean of Cornell University's Johnson School of Management, will preside over the closing bell. Joining him at the podium will be notable professors and Cornell Johnson School alumni. Where: NASDAQ MarketSite - 4 Times Square - 43rd & Broadway - Broadcast Studio When: Friday, July 14th, 2006 at 4:00 p.m. EDT Contacts: Richard Sweeney Director of Marketing and Communications (607) 255-6379, rds26@cornell.edu Seth Jacobson Wynne Communications (310) 592.3900, seth@wynnepr.com NASDAQ MarketSite: Stephanie Lowenthal; 646.441.5220

Feed Information:

The closing bell is available from 3:50 p.m. to 4:05 p.m. on uplink IA-6 C-band/transponder 17. The downlink frequency is 4040 Vertical; Audio 6.2-6.8 The feed can also be found on Waterfront fiber 1623. If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Lowenthal at (646) 441-5220.

Photos:

To obtain a hi-resolution photograph of the Market Close, please go to http://www.nasdaq.com/reference/marketsite_events.stm and click on the market close of your choice.

About Cornell University/The Johnson School:

The Johnson School is Cornell University's graduate school of management. The Johnson School combines leading-edge intellectual capital with "real time, real world" business practice and is among the top business schools in the world. Opportunities for experiential learning, such as immersion programs and student-run venture capital and mutual funds, distinguish the Johnson School's curricula. Programs include MBA and doctoral degrees, a twelve-month MBA option for students with advanced degrees in science or engineering, an Executive MBA and Cornell's Boardroom Executive MBA. For more about the Johnson School please visit: www.johnson.cornell.edu.

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