Icahn Puts the Heat on Parsons

Farrell, Mike
August 2005
Multichannel News;8/22/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 34, p5
Reports on a meeting between Time Warner Inc. Chairman and CEO Richard Parsons and investor Carl Icahn which focuses on Icahn's proposal to spinoff Time Warner's cable assets. Views of Parsons on Icahn's proposal; Financial performance of Time Warner's cable unit; Forecast of Richard Greenfield, analyst at Fulcrum Global Partners, on Time Warner Cable spinoff.


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