Eaton Vance Corp., a mutual fund company known primarily for its fixed- income portfolios, wants to break out of that mold by selling a variety of new specialty funds through banks.

The Boston-based fund company is offering two portfolios that invest in stocks in global "information age" companies in such industries as entertainment, telecommunications, and personal computers.

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