Getting Back to Pre-Katrina Business

Moss, Linda
February 2007
Multichannel News;2/19/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p22
The article reports on the effort of Cox Communications Inc. to restore its pre-Hurricane Katrina business operation in New Orleans, Louisiana. The company started to recover its lost during the hurricane, mobilizing its cable systems which started to regain subscribers, selling multiple dwelling unit's (MDU) and expanding its phone service. Cox also offered civil services for its employees including technical training and counseling for traumatized hurricane victims.


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