Cox to pay $2.2M, maybe more, for tapping lines

May 2008
Inside Tucson Business;5/5/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 48, p3
The article reports on Cox Communications Inc.'s plan to pay $2.2 million to Qwest Communications International Inc. in Arizona. The amount will serve as a settlement money for the wiretapping charges it is facing in the state. However, it notes that Cox could pay as much as $4 million as recommended by the Arizona Corporation Commission. A hearing on the case is tentatively scheduled to resume on July 23, 2008.


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