Take That, Wall Street

Romano, Allison
August 2004
Broadcasting & Cable;8/9/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 32, p8
Reports on the plan of Cox Enterprises to privatize cable television operator Cox Communications. Percentage of Cox Communications' share controlled by Cox Enterprises; Decrease in television subscribers of Cox during the second quarter of 2004; Effect of the debt buyback on Cox.


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