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  1. Cablevision Eyes Sale of Exhibition Arm Clearview Cinemas

    7:57 am 5/3/2012

    The cable company says it is starting to look at alternatives for the chain with 230 screens, including Manhattan's Ziegfeld Theater. Read more

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  2. Cablevision First-Quarter Profit Drops

    4:51 am 5/3/2012

    UPDATED: The cable operator, controlled by the Dolan family, posted slightly higher revenue and said it added 7,000 video subscribers though.Read more

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  3. Charter Communications Appoints New Chief Operating Officer

    6:46 am 5/1/2012

    The cable company is filling its executive ranks with former Cablevision hands.Read more

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  4. Cablevision Systems CEO Earns $11.4 Mil in 2011, Down From Previous Years

    2:07 pm 4/5/2012

    Chairman Charles Dolan earned $11 million, also down from 2010; CFO Gregg Seibert, however, saw a healthy jump.Read more

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  5. Cablevision Fourth-Quarter Profit, Video Subs Drop

    7:42 pm 2/27/2012

    UPDATED: The cable operator reported higher revenue in the latest period as it grew broadband and telephony customers, but its stock drops as an analyst cites concern about rising programming costs. Read more

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  6. Time Warner Cable, MSG Reach New Carriage Agreement

    12:32 pm 2/17/2012

    Amid a streak of wins by NBA franchise New York Knicks, the two ended a standoff that saw MSG go dark in the cable operator's New York homes for seven weeks.Read more

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  7. 6 Hollywood Stock Picks for 2012

    12:52 pm 1/6/2012

    THE REPORT: THR polls Wall Street analysts for which stocks they believe should be bought and sold in the next year. Read more

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  8. Analyst Downgrades Cablevision, Sharply Criticizes Loss of COO

    7:11 am 12/20/2011

    BTIG's Rich Greenfield says he "would not be comforted" by CEO Jim Dolan taking a larger operational role and admits "we screwed up sticking to our 'buy' rating."Read more

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  9. Former Cablevision COO Thomas M. Rutledge Named President and CEO of Charter Communications

    4:02 pm 12/19/2011

    Following his resignation from Cablevision, the company's stock fell by more than half a billion dollars.Read more

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  10. Cablevision Stock Hits 52-Week Low After COO Resignation

    7:08 am 12/16/2011

    Miller Tabak analyst David Joyce downgrades the stock, and others also call the departure of Tom Rutledge a loss for the cable operator. Read more

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