Cablevision Ups Its Bid

Donohue, Steve
March 2005
Multichannel News;3/28/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 13, p76
Reports on the decision of Cablevision Systems Corp. to increase its bid to build a mixed-use residential complex in Manhattan, New York City, in an effort to prevent attempts by the football team New York Jets to build a stadium in the area. Reason behind the plans to develop a football stadium in the area; Stance of reverend Al Sharpton, on the move of Cablevision; Information on an antitrust lawsuit filed by the football team against Cablevision.


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