Malone's Tepid Voom View

Farrell, Mike
March 2005
Multichannel News;3/21/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p45
Focuses on the decision of John Malone, CEO and chairman of Liberty Media International (LMI), to decline an investment plan in Voom, a direct-broadcast satellite provider. Alleged reasons behind the selection of Malone for the position by Charles Dolan, chairman of Cablevision Systems Corp; Change in the corporate name of LMI after its merger with UnitedGlobalCom Inc. (UGC); Percentage of UGC stocks owned by LMI as of March 2005.


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