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CALENDAR – November 1, 2000

The Daily Record publishes Calendar, a daily listing of special events and ongoing programs in Baltimore and the surrounding communities. For inclusion, send items to The Daily Record Calendar, 11 E. Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md. 21202. Wednesday, November 1Fund-raiserHBAM Celebrity ...

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Crown Petroleum Extends Apex Takeover Deadline – Updated 11 A.M.

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. announced this morning that it had extended by 30 days the deadline for Apex Oil Co. of St. Louis to commence an all-cash tender offer of $10.50 per share for the acquisition of Crown.<p><@SM><@SM> Crown previously announced that the September 29 Apex deadline would be extended until October 31 to allow Apex to complete its due diligence. The special committee of Crown's board of directors gave Apex the additional extension to permit further<@SM><@SM>discussions and negotiations in connection with its proposal to acquire Crown.<p><@SM><@SM>The extension is conditioned upon what Crown called "reasonable progress being made throughout the period."<p><@SM><@SM>Apex failed yesterday to meet a deadline to tender a definitive offer to Crown shareholders.<p>

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NEWS SUMMARY – Updated 11:23 A.M.

Updated items in italics.Revenues Up Sharply at SequoiaSequoia Software Corp., the Columbia-based provider and innovator of XML e-business software, today announced revenues of $5.3 million for the third quarter of 2000, representing an 81 percent increase over revenues of $2.9 ...

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Maryland Congressional Races: Challenger Is Determined This Time Out in Genteel 3rd District Rematch

<TAB>He is waging a one-man campaign from his home office in Baltimore, but Republican nominee Colin F. Harby feels pretty good about his chances of unseating 3rd District Rep. Ben Cardin, D-Md., in their second meeting. <@SM><@SM><TAB>Harby thinks it is time for a change. He has gone from no campaigning in his 1998 race to a more active campaign this year, debating Cardin and passing out fliers to potential voters.

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Complaining Young’uns Prefer E-Mail

<TAB>Have a question for General Motors&ne; Care to register a complaint about Compaq&ne; Both companies — and many others — are moving into the digital age, offering several new electronic forms of communication for customers to supplement live operators.<TAB>

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