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<p>BROWN DEER, Wis. and HOUSTON – TYME Corporation shareholders have recently approved a proposed merger with PULSE EFT Association. The TYME transaction will be the second PULSE expansion within the last year. Both networks signed a merger agreement earlier this year and the TYME shareholder approval was just one of the conditions for the final transaction completion. “Our industry is growing and changing rapidly, and we are very comfortable in joining forces for the future,” said TYME President Jim Martin. Officials from TYME and PULSE expect the merger to be completed by the end of January 2002.</p>

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