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Variety
Layer3 TV to Launch in Chicago Soon, Backed by Altice and John PaulsonJohn Paulson’s Paulson Co., which has in the past held large stakes in media an
Layer3 TV to Launch in Chicago Soon, Backed by Altice and John Paulson
Variety / Posted yesterday
John Paulson’s Paulson Co., which has in the past held large stakes in media and telco companies like Time Warner Cable, Cablevision and T-Mobile. Both the investments as well as the launch in Chicago have some interesting implications for the... Read more
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New York Post
Here’s your chance to see rare ‘Star Trek’ episodesincludes ‘Star Trek,’ gets tremendous action on Twitter,” he says. “The Twitter
Here’s your chance to see rare ‘Star Trek’ episodes
New York Post / Posted 5 days ago
includes ‘Star Trek,’ gets tremendous action on Twitter,” he says. “The Twittersphere goes crazy.” Heroes & Icons airs on Comcast (Ch. 263), Cablevision (Ch. 140), Ch. 9.4 (WWOR’s digital over-the-air channel), DISH (Ch. 42) and DirecTV (C... Read more
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New York Post
It took incredible chain of events to bring Mike Piazza to Metsthe time felt Mets executive VP of business David Howard played a key role. The
It took incredible chain of events to bring Mike Piazza to Mets
New York Post / Posted 5 days ago
the time felt Mets executive VP of business David Howard played a key role. The Mets had recently redone their TV deal with Cablevision and were getting significantly more money annually for their rights. Howard convinced Wilpon the money was there... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Bedford Communications Exploratory Committee temporarily on holdwhile organizational details continue to be worked out. The group’s formation w
Bedford Communications Exploratory Committee temporarily on hold
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 6 days ago
while organizational details continue to be worked out. The group’s formation was authorized this spring to discuss cablevision and other communications methods that the township can use to keep residents informed. So far, far eight people... Read more
12d
Stamford Advocate
Charter filling out executive staffFuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the
Charter filling out executive staff
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
Fuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the parent company. Harris worked 11 years with Cablevision, where he served as a senior vice president. He oversaw legal matters involving programming, product, sales and... Read more
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12d
Connecticut Post
Charter filling out executive staffFuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the
Charter filling out executive staff
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 days ago
Fuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the parent company. Harris worked 11 years with Cablevision, where he served as a senior vice president. He oversaw legal matters involving programming, product, sales and... Read more
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12d
Darien News-Review
Charter filling out executive staffFuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the
Charter filling out executive staff
Darien News-Review / Posted 12 days ago
Fuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the parent company. Harris worked 11 years with Cablevision, where he served as a senior vice president. He oversaw legal matters involving programming, product, sales and... Read more
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12d
San Antonio Express-News
Charter filling out executive staffFuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the
Charter filling out executive staff
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 days ago
Fuse Music TV, MSG Interactive, MSG Radio and sponsorship and ad sales for the parent company. Harris worked 11 years with Cablevision, where he served as a senior vice president. He oversaw legal matters involving programming, product, sales and... Read more
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12d
FierceTelecom
AT&T challenges Comcast, Altice, others as it expands to Mississippi, Louisiana businessespurchase of a 70 percent stake in Suddenlink, and earlier this year the company
AT&T challenges Comcast, Altice, others as it expands to Mississippi, Louisiana businesses
FierceTelecom / Posted 12 days ago
purchase of a 70 percent stake in Suddenlink, and earlier this year the company closed its $17.7 billion purchase of Cablevision. Spurred by the likes of Comcast, Google Fiber (NASDAQ: GOOG) and others -- and buoyed by its acquisition of... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Flanders Road accident leaves family frustrated for dayssaid. But they still needed a permanent fix and the cable and telephone servic
Flanders Road accident leaves family frustrated for days
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 12 days ago
said. But they still needed a permanent fix and the cable and telephone service both remained out. When a worker from Cablevision came to fix the cable, Mr. Fitzgerald was informed it couldn’t be done until the electricity hookup was... Read more
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FierceTelecom
'New Charter' poised to ratchet up competition in broadband following consolidationthe topic directly, Charter's plans for Bright House and TWC can be gleaned fro
'New Charter' poised to ratchet up competition in broadband following consolidation
FierceTelecom / Posted 13 days ago
the topic directly, Charter's plans for Bright House and TWC can be gleaned from how CEO Tom Rutledge handled his move from Cablevision (NYSE: CVC) to the helm of Charter in 2012. When Rutledge took over Charter around four years ago, he pushed the... Read more
13d
Variety
Epix Hires NBCUniversal’s Jonathan Dakss as Chief Digital Officerthe MIT Media Lab. WatchPoint was acquired in 2003 by GoldPocket Interactive, w
Epix Hires NBCUniversal’s Jonathan Dakss as Chief Digital Officer
Variety / Posted 13 days ago
the MIT Media Lab. WatchPoint was acquired in 2003 by GoldPocket Interactive, where Dakss served as VP of technology and distribution and launched digital-video products on Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Dish Network and Cablevision Systems.Filed Un... Read more
13d
Business Wire
EPIX Names Jonathan Dakss Chief Digital OfficerLab. WatchPoint was sold to GoldPocket Interactive, where Dakss launched digita
EPIX Names Jonathan Dakss Chief Digital Officer
Business Wire / Posted 13 days ago
Lab. WatchPoint was sold to GoldPocket Interactive, where Dakss launched digital video products on Time Warner Cable, DISH, Cablevision and Comcast. About EPIX EPIX is a premium entertainment network delivering the latest movie releases and... Read more
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FOX Business
Your Cable Bill Is Going to Get Even More ExpensiveCable. Additionally, Dutch company Altice NV has been gobbling up smaller U.S.
Your Cable Bill Is Going to Get Even More Expensive
FOX Business / Posted 15 days ago
Cable. Additionally, Dutch company Altice NV has been gobbling up smaller U.S. players -- specifically, Suddenlink and Cablevision. Already there's proof that consolidation is resulting in tougher negotiation stances. Last week, The New York... Read more
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FOX Business
Your Cable Bill Is Going to Get Even More ExpensiveCable. Additionally, Dutch company Altice NV has been gobbling up smaller U.S.
Your Cable Bill Is Going to Get Even More Expensive
FOX Business / Posted 15 days ago
Cable. Additionally, Dutch company Altice NV has been gobbling up smaller U.S. players -- specifically, Suddenlink and Cablevision. Already there's proof that consolidation is resulting in tougher negotiation stances. Last week, The New York... Read more
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DMNews
Experian and Neustar Combine Data Capabilitiesand credit card purchases. Experian partners with a wide range of high profile
Experian and Neustar Combine Data Capabilities
DMNews / Posted 16 days ago
and credit card purchases. Experian partners with a wide range of high profile media companies, including Comcast, Cablevision, Facebook, MSN and Yahoo. Marketers will now be able to use Experian's and Neustar's joint capabilities, via... Read more
16d
FierceTelecom
Cox's UPN deal spells fiber, business services opportunities, but how will they leverage the assets?M&A activity has centered on how Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR) Time War
Cox's UPN deal spells fiber, business services opportunities, but how will they leverage the assets?
FierceTelecom / Posted 16 days ago
M&A activity has centered on how Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR) Time Warner Cable/Bright House Networks and Altice's Cablevision deals will control more of the consumer broadband and video markets, the UPN acquisition reflects how important... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Suffolk closeup: Monopolizing the newsin 1977 leaving the field clear for Newsday.Once there were more than a dozen c
Suffolk closeup: Monopolizing the news
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 17 days ago
in 1977 leaving the field clear for Newsday.Once there were more than a dozen cable TV outlets on Long Island. Then came Cablevision, gobbling up all the cable TV outlets, leaving only one, with its monopoly position somewhat moderated by Verizon... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
HASD approves special ed hires, contractsclinic, not to exceed $96,000 per year. ■ PenTeleData, internet service provid
HASD approves special ed hires, contracts
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 18 days ago
clinic, not to exceed $96,000 per year. ■ PenTeleData, internet service provider, $2,000 per year. ■ Service Electric Cablevision, internet service provider, $3,000 per year. ■ Speech Pathology, speech and assistive technology, $60 per... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
HASD approves special ed, intervention contractsclinic, not to exceed $96,000 per year. ■ PenTeleData, internet service provid
HASD approves special ed, intervention contracts
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 18 days ago
clinic, not to exceed $96,000 per year. ■ PenTeleData, internet service provider, $2,000 per year. ■ Service Electric Cablevision, internet service provider, $3,000 per year. ■ Speech Pathology, speech and assistive technology, $60 per... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Newsday back in the hands of the Dolan familyof the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought New
Newsday back in the hands of the Dolan family
Crain's New York Business / Posted 19 days ago
of the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought Newsday's owner, New York-area cable company Cablevision, in June for $17.7 billion. Cablevision was founded by Charles Dolan in 1973, and the Dolan family became a New... Read more
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19d
Variety
French Watchdog Sparks Vivendi Hopes For Canal Plus Sports Biz Revivalfrom competitors’ winning sporting rights, be those rivals BeIN Sports, or Patr
French Watchdog Sparks Vivendi Hopes For Canal Plus Sports Biz Revival
Variety / Posted 19 days ago
from competitors’ winning sporting rights, be those rivals BeIN Sports, or Patrick Drahi’s Altice, owner of New York’s Cablevision, which picked up English Premiere League rights, he added. But Canal Plus will not have a new run at making a... Read more
19d
The Record Searchlight
Scofflaws who don’t pay their taxes cost Shasta County $153,000 last yearonce in a while we will get paid, usually when someone is trying to get a loan
Scofflaws who don’t pay their taxes cost Shasta County $153,000 last year
The Record Searchlight / Posted 19 days ago
once in a while we will get paid, usually when someone is trying to get a loan and the lien shows up." Mallard Cablevision LLC makes this year's list as owing $4,939.49 in back taxes. The business was suspended in 2006 by the state tax... Read more
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New York Post
Newsday is back in the hands of the Dolan familyCablevision scion Patrick Dolan is buying back a 75 percent stake in Newsday, l
Newsday is back in the hands of the Dolan family
New York Post / Posted 20 days ago
Cablevision scion Patrick Dolan is buying back a 75 percent stake in Newsday, less than a month after his family sold the Long Island paper to French telecom giant Altice. With a little help from his dad, Cablevision founder Charles Dolan, the... Read more
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20d
Market Watch
Altice sells Newsday Media stake to Patrick DolanPatrick Dolan, the son of Cablevision founder Charles Dolan, has bought a major
Altice sells Newsday Media stake to Patrick Dolan
Market Watch / Posted 20 days ago
Patrick Dolan, the son of Cablevision founder Charles Dolan, has bought a majority ownership stake in Newsday Media Group from European telecom and cable company Altice NV. The move comes two weeks after Altice closed its $17.7 billion deal to buy... Read more
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20d
Connecticut Post
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 days ago
2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y. After selling New York-area cable company Cablevision to Europe’s Altice, the Dolan family has reclaimed the Newsday newspaper from the telecommunications company.... Read more
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20d
Salon.com
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paperof the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought New
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
of the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought Newsday’s owner, New York-area cable company Cablevision, in June for $17.7 billion. Cablevision was founded by Charles Dolan in 1973, and the Dolan family became a New... Read more
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Daily Herald
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paperof the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought New
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper
Daily Herald / Posted 20 days ago
of the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought Newsday's owner, New York-area cable company Cablevision, in June for $17.7 billion. Cablevision was founded by Charles Dolan in 1973, and the Dolan family became a New... Read more
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20d
PhysOrg
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y. After selling New York-area cable company Cablevision to Europe's Altice, the Dolan family has reclaimed the Newsday newspaper from the telecommunications company.... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 days ago
2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y. After selling New York-area cable company Cablevision to Europe’s Altice, the Dolan family has reclaimed the Newsday newspaper from the telecommunications company.... Read more
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Boston Herald
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paperof the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought New
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper
Boston Herald / Posted 20 days ago
of the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought Newsday's owner, New York-area cable company Cablevision, in June for $17.7 billion. Cablevision was founded by Charles Dolan in 1973, and the Dolan family became a New... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y
The Dolan family is taking back Newsday paper
Stamford Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
2008, file photo, flags fly in front of Newsday's headquarters in Melville, N.Y. After selling New York-area cable company Cablevision to Europe’s Altice, the Dolan family has reclaimed the Newsday newspaper from the telecommunications company.... Read more
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20d
Crain's New York Business
Newsday back in the hands of the Dolan familyof the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought New
Newsday back in the hands of the Dolan family
Crain's New York Business / Posted 20 days ago
of the Dolan family. European telecommunications company Altice had bought Newsday's owner, New York-area cable company Cablevision, in June for $17.7 billion. Cablevision was founded by Charles Dolan in 1973, and the Dolan family became a New... Read more
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20d
Business Wire
Dapresy Announces Record Growth in First Half of 2016with North American headquarters in Portsmouth, NH, and other offices around th
Dapresy Announces Record Growth in First Half of 2016
Business Wire / Posted 20 days ago
with North American headquarters in Portsmouth, NH, and other offices around the globe. Its clients include TNS, GfK, Cablevision, Kantar Media, Aimia, Ad Hoc Research, Sentient Decision Science, Blauw, AOL, Market Probe, Irwin Broh Research... Read more
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Newsmax
Comcast to Stream Netflix on Cable Set-TopsAltice Group's Suddenlink Communications, through an integration with TiVo's se
Comcast to Stream Netflix on Cable Set-Tops
Newsmax / Posted 21 days ago
Altice Group's Suddenlink Communications, through an integration with TiVo's set-tops. Meanwhile, Hulu cut a deal with Cablevision Systems (now part of Altice after the French telecom company completed its acquisition of Cablevision last month)... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Bronxville
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Bronxville / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Rivertowns - Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Rivertowns - Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Eastchester
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Eastchester / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - White Plains
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - White Plains / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Bedford
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Bedford / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Pelham
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Pelham / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Pleasantville
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Pleasantville / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - New Rochelle
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - New Rochelle / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Tarrytown
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Tarrytown / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - North Salem
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - North Salem / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Chappaqua
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Chappaqua / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Harrison
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Harrison / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Pound Ridge
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Pound Ridge / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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27d
The Daily Voice - Yorktown
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash CostsThe European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision
European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs
The Daily Voice - Yorktown / Posted 27 days ago
The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall... Read more
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