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For anyone who has totally abandoned the Yahoo spam,
here's a news flash from 5:30 pm from GREATMOOD1.
Based on the remaining shares and recent rate of
selling, it looks like we may have another week or
so of overhang remaining, unless they change patterns

WC filed another Form SC 13D/A dated today (2/24).
Two key sections. First, the punchline from one
particular paragraph, then a breakdown of recent sales.

As of February 24, 2000 WorldCorp beneficially owns
955,748 shares of Common Stock, representing
approximately 2.9% of the outstanding shares of
Common Stock. WorldCorp ceased to be the beneficial
owner of more than 5 percent of the Common Stock
on February 18, 2000. As previously disclosed,
WorldCorp intends to dispose of its remaining
shares of common stock in furtherance of WorldCorp's
liquidation under Chapter 11 of the United States
Bankruptcy Code.

Date of Transaction Shares Sold Price Per Share
------------------- ----------- ---------------
February 14, 2000 189,700 $7.12
February 15, 2000 171,000 $7.11
February 16, 2000 264,252 $7.41
February 17, 2000 161,500 $7.77
February 18, 2000 289,000 $7.89
February 22, 2000 224,500 $7.91
February 23, 2000 330,600 $7.60

Here's TPN35's pointer to the link (it's so nasty
I didn't want to actually paste the link in):
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