University of Tennessee Community Programs and the UT College of Business

Administration will offer the second in a series of morning breakfast programs

focusing on topics and issues that affect business. The breakfast is planned

for Thursday, June 18 at the UT Conference Center, 600 Henley St.

"Bagels, Business, and the Information Age: Its Impact on Your Business"

is the topic for the program on Thursday, June 18 from 7:30 a.m. until 8:45

p.m. Robert Loest, CEO of IPS Advisory, Inc. and Senior Portfolio Manager

of the IPS Millennium Fund, a top-rated, no-load, publicly traded stock

mutual fund, will give his perspective on the changes that the Internet

and related components of the "Information Age" will have on the

way we do business today and in the future.

Loest has been ranked several times in Barron's , theWall Street

Journal
, and USA Today as one of the top money managers in the

U.S. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and is recognized for his use of

EVA (Economic Value Added), a stock analysis method, on which he lectures

around the country.

The cost of the breakfast is $20 and advance registration is required.

For more information or to register call UT Community Programs at 974-0150

or E-mail them at UTCommunity@gateway.ce.utk.edu.

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