Cornell Companies to be Featured on Nightly Business Report Tonight

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from Cornell Companies, Inc.

    CHICAGO, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Cornell Companies, Inc. (NYSE:   CRN) will
 be featured on the nationally syndicated business program "The Nightly
 Business Report" this evening on many of the nation's Public Broadcasting
 Service stations.  The program, hosted by Paul Kangas and Susie Gharib, airs
 in the early evening on PBS stations throughout the U.S.  Each evening NBR
 offers business news and money management information to help people manage
 their portfolios.   The Nightly Business Report is produced by NBR
 Enterprises, a division of WPBT2/Miami, in association with Bridge, the global
 financial information company.
 
     Cornell Companies, Inc. is a leading private provider of corrections,
 treatment and educational services to government agencies.  Focusing on adult
 and juvenile populations in both institutional and community settings, Cornell
 provides a full array of services in an environment of dignity and respect,
 emphasizing community safety and rehabilitation in support of sound public
 policy.  Cornell ( www.cornellcompanies.com ) has contracts to operate 71
 facilities with a total service capacity of 14,492.  Cornell's facilities are
 located in 13 states and the District of Columbia.
 
 

SOURCE Cornell Companies, Inc.
    CHICAGO, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Cornell Companies, Inc. (NYSE:   CRN) will
 be featured on the nationally syndicated business program "The Nightly
 Business Report" this evening on many of the nation's Public Broadcasting
 Service stations.  The program, hosted by Paul Kangas and Susie Gharib, airs
 in the early evening on PBS stations throughout the U.S.  Each evening NBR
 offers business news and money management information to help people manage
 their portfolios.   The Nightly Business Report is produced by NBR
 Enterprises, a division of WPBT2/Miami, in association with Bridge, the global
 financial information company.
 
     Cornell Companies, Inc. is a leading private provider of corrections,
 treatment and educational services to government agencies.  Focusing on adult
 and juvenile populations in both institutional and community settings, Cornell
 provides a full array of services in an environment of dignity and respect,
 emphasizing community safety and rehabilitation in support of sound public
 policy.  Cornell ( www.cornellcompanies.com ) has contracts to operate 71
 facilities with a total service capacity of 14,492.  Cornell's facilities are
 located in 13 states and the District of Columbia.
 
 SOURCE  Cornell Companies, Inc.