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Username: marshm
Date/Time: Wed, October 18, 2000 at 3:25 PM GMT
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Subject: Plenty of beef


Thanks for your comment.

This is an appropriate question, and I will answer the best I can.

Diebold does not, as a practice, disclose forecast information on specific business lines.  This is actually the way most public businesses operate.  As a publicly traded company, we have to live by certain US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations.  One of those regulations states that we cannot selectively disclose financial information.  Our choice would be to disclose all financial information and forecast data for the entire company and every business unit, or disclose none of it.

Diebold has always (for 141 years) represented itself with the utmost class and forthrightness.  I invite you to visit our web site, view our annual report, and examine our Form 10K, all of which are available for public review.

In addition, we stand ready to disclose all appropriate financial information with all relevent parties under mutual confidentiality.

I hope this addresses your wuestion.  Please feel free to bring up any other issues with which you are concerned.

Gene Marsh
Diebold Incorporated
[.cash, .global, .secure]


Link: Diebold Financial Information

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