September 1995
Hollywood Reporter;9/13/95, Vol. 338 Issue 48, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the firms Viacom Inc., Regal Cinema Inc., CableMaxx Inc. and Infinity Broadcasting Corp. as of September 13, 1995. Expiration of Viacom's waiting period for the spinoff of its cable systems; Alan Gould's downgrading of Regal's market price; CableMaxx's merger plan with a Heartland Wireless Communications' unit; Infinity's planned public offering.


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