Charter: Up From Ashes

Farrell, Mike
December 2009
Multichannel News;12/7/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p20
The article reports on the announcement of Saint Louis- based cable operator Charter Communications Inc. regarding the completion of its restructuring move. It mentions that the company has filed for bankruptcy protection to obtain more financial flexibility and to generate positive free cash flow. It notes that the move will reduce the firm's interest spending by about 830 million dollars through agreement with the majority of its bondholders.


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