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Talk America Holdings, Inc. (TALK)

3/16/2005 10-K Information, 6/30/2005 and 6/22/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Battista currently serves as Chairman of Talk America Holdings, Inc. He serves as a trustee of Capitol College and as a director of a privately held company. From January 1999 through May 2001, he served as Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Talk America Holdings. From May 2001 through December 2003, Mr. Battista served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. From January 2004 through December 2004, he served as Executive Chairman.

4/8/2004 Proxy Information

Pursuant to the terms of his existing employment agreement, Mr. Gabriel BattistaĠs term as our employee and executive chairman of our board of directors ended on December 31, 2004. Mr. Battista continues as the non-executive chairman of our board and a director.

In 1999, our principal operating subsidiary requested an employee, Jeffrey Earhart, to relocate from Pennsylvania to Florida in order to take over the management of our customer service centers in Florida. In connection with the relocation, we agreed to make advances or a loan to Mr. Earhart for the relocation and the construction of a new residence in Florida. In 2000, we memorialized this agreement regarding relocation with a loan that was secured by the new residence and bore interest at the rate of 8.25 percent per annum. The loan was refinanced in July 2002 and bore interest at the rate of 6.25 percent per annum to reflect current market rates. As of March 27, 2003, Mr. Earhart retired the loan in its entirety. The largest aggregate amount of the loan outstanding during 2003 was $1.03 million, and, as of April 5, 2004, no money was outstanding on the loan and advances. In May 2001, Mr. Earhart was elected one of our executive officers.

5/6/2003 Proxy Information

In 1999, the principal operating subsidiary of the Company requested an employee, Jeffrey Earhart, to relocate from Pennsylvania to Florida in order to take over the management of its customer service centers in Florida. In connection with the relocation, the Company agreed to make advances or a loan to Mr. Earhart for the relocation and the construction of a new residence in Florida. In 2000, the Company and Mr. Earhart memorialized this agreement regarding relocation with a loan that was secured by the new residence and bore interest at the rate of 8.25 percent per annum. The loan was refinanced in July 2002 and bore interest at the rate of 6.25 percent per annum to reflect current market rates. As of March 27, 2003, Mr. Earhart retired the loan in its entirety. The largest aggregate amount of the loan outstanding during 2002 was $1.04 million, and, as of March 31, 2003, no money was outstanding on the loan and advances. In May 2001, Mr. Earhart was elected an executive officer of the Company.