(här`bo͝orkh), district of Hamburg, N Germany; a port on the Elbe River. Refined petroleum and rubber goods are produced in the district. Formerly an independent town, Harburg was incorporated into Hamburg in 1937.
A panel, "Creative Approaches to Linking Learning and Strategy: Case Examples," will feature Fred Harburg, Senior Vice President, Leadership and Management Development, Fidelity Investments; Edward Cohen, Senior Director, Center for Performance, Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc.
Home of the largest and most popular radio and music properties on the Internet, AOL understands the importance of attracting and retaining audiences through the use of compelling digital media products," said Mike Harburg, Loudeye's chief technology officer.