Dolan Drops Plan To Add Directors
- Honor thy mogul. Kamen, Robin // Crain's New York Business;09/21/98, Vol. 14 Issue 38, p1
Focuses on a decision by James Dolan, chief executive of CableVision Systems Corporation, to purchase Nobody Beats the Wiz, an electronic company, while comparing his business acumen to that of his father. Factors motivating Dolan to purchase Nobody Beats the Wiz; Performance of CableVision...
- Close up. Frankland, Christine // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);12/25/95, Vol. 42 Issue 52, p13
Reports that James Dolan, son of founder and chairman Charles Dolan of Cablevision Systems Corporation will succeed him and become the company's chief executive officer. Background information on Charles Dolan and the company he formed; Responsibilites for James Dolan.
- What will those Dolans do next? Higgins // Broadcasting & Cable;01/03/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 1, p37
Focuses on the plans for Cablevision Systems Corp. in the year 2000 by Chairman Charles Dolan and President James Dolan. Inclination of the Dolans to sell their cable systems; Investors' anticipation of the financial moves by the company.
- DUELIN' DOLANS. Farrell, Mike // Multichannel News;3/7/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p1
Focuses on the conflict between Cablevision Systems Corp. chairman Charles Dolan and his son CEO James Dolan over the control of the company's direct broadcast satellite venture Rainbow DBS. Board members of Cablevision who were dismissed by Charles; Reason behind the dismissal of the board...
- Week IN REVIEW. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);7/15/2005, Vol. 52 Issue 29, p8A
Reports developments related to business in Long Island, New York. Total amount reaped by executive James Dolan and his father Charles Dolan through the long-term incentive plan of Cablevision Systems Corp.; Qualification of developer Ken Wilpon to develop a mammoth golf and hotel complex on...
- ANALYSTS DOWN ON DOLANS. Littleton, Cynthia // Daily Variety;5/4/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 24, p15
The article reports that Wall Street analysts have criticized the terms of the $10.6 billion buyout of Cablevision by controlling stockholders Charles and James Dolan. The analysts believe that the Dolans' purchase price undervalued New York City's cable television giant by as much as $14-$15...
- Dolans Down for Now, but Not Out. Hemingway, Jonathan // Broadcasting & Cable;10/29/2007, Vol. 137 Issue 43, p42
The article reports that the a bid by Cablevision Chairman of the Board Charles Dolan and his son, Chief Executive Officer James Dolan, to take the company private was rejected by the board, which deemed the purchase price of $36.26 a share inadequate. The Dolans are expected to try again,...
- BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. Morfoot, Addie // Daily Variety;7/14/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 8, p5
Reports that Cablevision Systems Corp.'s chairman Charles Dolan and son James Dolan will receive a deferred bonus from the company. Amount to be received by the Dolans; Details on the financial performance of the company; Sources for the deferred bonus.
- Dolan defense takes the field. Dempsey, John; McClintock, Pamela // Daily Variety;4/1/2005, Vol. 286 Issue 67, p1
Reports that media observers expect Cablevision to file a lawsuit to fight decision by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) granting the New York Jets to build a stadium on the West Side of Manhattan. Move by Cablevision founder and chairman Charles Dolan to solidify his control of...