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					                                          Contact:      Debbie Weathers
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   FORBES.COM ROLLS OUT CORPORATE ORG CHART WIKI

      New York, NY (April 24, 2007) – Forbes.com (www.forbes.com), home
page for the world’s business leaders, today announced its new Corporate Org
Chart Wiki, currently in beta release.

       This collaborative Web application invites everyone on the Internet to
contribute what they know about company organization charts. When you visit
Forbes.com at http://orgchart.forbes.com/, you will see a list of featured charts,
and you can search for any company you're interested in. If your company is not
there you can add it. Users can also add employees and connect them into org
charts.

       “We’re always looking at new features and tools to enhance the site
experience for Forbes.com visitors,” said Jim Spanfeller, Forbes.com President
and CEO. “The Forbes.com Corporate Org Chart Wiki offers an element of user-
generated content that underscores our mission to innovate with state-of-the-art
features and functionality.”


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