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January 23, 2005
A weekly briefing on the economic calendar Event of the week Existing-home sales report for December on Tuesday Monday Earnings reports: American Express, Kimberly-Clark, Legg Mason, Lexmark, Union Pacific, Netfix Tuesday Consumer confidence for January Earnings reports: Air Tran Holdings, BellSouth, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, CSX, DuPont, Johnson & Johnson, McDonald's, Merck, New York Times, Sara Lee, Schering-Plough, Southern Co., U. S....
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | November 18, 2008
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." Mohandas Gandhi quote posted on CyBeRev.org Traditional religion's ethereal immortality doesn't strike Martine Rothblatt as much of a trade-off for dying. To the millionaire entrepreneur, who launched both Sirius Satellite Radio and one of Maryland's largest biotech companies, death is both tragic and, through not-yet-invented technology, avoidable. Rothblatt embraces a more tangible immortality, a digital, downloadable one - a "transreligion for technological times."
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By ROBERT KAHN and ROBERT KAHN,NEWSDAY | March 1, 2006
New York -- Howard Stern said yesterday that "a personal vendetta" was behind a $218 million lawsuit from his former employers in terrestrial radio. CBS Radio is suing Stern, his agent and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc., accusing them of "misappropriating millions of dollars" of CBS airtime by promoting Stern's move to satellite radio before he made the shift. (CBS Radio had formerly been known as Infinity Broadcasting, part of the Viacom Inc. conglomerate before CBS split up with Viacom at the beginning of this year.
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By ROBERT KAHN and ROBERT KAHN,NEWSDAY | March 1, 2006
New York -- Howard Stern said yesterday that "a personal vendetta" was behind a $218 million lawsuit from his former employers in terrestrial radio. CBS Radio is suing Stern, his agent and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc., accusing them of "misappropriating millions of dollars" of CBS airtime by promoting Stern's move to satellite radio before he made the shift. (CBS Radio had formerly been known as Infinity Broadcasting, part of the Viacom Inc. conglomerate before CBS split up with Viacom at the beginning of this year.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | November 18, 2008
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." Mohandas Gandhi quote posted on CyBeRev.org Traditional religion's ethereal immortality doesn't strike Martine Rothblatt as much of a trade-off for dying. To the millionaire entrepreneur, who launched both Sirius Satellite Radio and one of Maryland's largest biotech companies, death is both tragic and, through not-yet-invented technology, avoidable. Rothblatt embraces a more tangible immortality, a digital, downloadable one - a "transreligion for technological times."
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By Martin Miller and Martin Miller,LOS ANGELES TIMES | August 31, 2005
There are those who say pop-radio stations play the same set of songs over and over again and all sound alike - a statement that is both true and not true of Sirius Satellite Radio's Elvis Radio. It's all Elvis Presley all the time, culled from a vast library of 2,700 songs but presented in a way listeners have never heard before - and one that may be a harbinger of radio's future. Elvis Radio, one of more than 130 channels on Sirius, may be the first station to transform what is normally a short-lived publicity stunt into a full-time dial fixture.
BUSINESS
September 13, 2007
Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. Shares rose 11 cents to $3.42. The company's proposed merger with XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. could get regulatory approval as early as next month, said a Cowen & Co. analyst.
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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | October 21, 2004
XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., the biggest satellite radio service, reached an 11-year, $650 million agreement yesterday to broadcast Major League Baseball games, countering Sirius Satellite Radio Inc.'s contracts to carry National Football League games and Howard Stern's talk show. XM Satellite, based in Washington, is adding attractions to maintain its subscriber lead over Sirius, the second-largest pay-radio service. XM Satellite said in a statement that it will broadcast the games beginning in 2005.
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By RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER | January 21, 2006
Resolving to lose weight, save more or stop smoking are common resolutions sure to be broken soon. Why not try something different? Danny Seo, who hosts a show on Sirius Satellite Radio's LIME channel aimed at educating people on how to lead greener, cleaner, more-balanced lives, says these are among his top eco-styling tips for 2006. Sleep smarter: If you are in the market for new bedding, check out Ingeo fiber comforters and pillows (at Target stores and target.com). Ingeo is a corn-based, biodegradable down feather alternative that is hypoallergenic.
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By David Hinckley and David Hinckley,McClatchy-Tribune | February 26, 2007
A year into his new gig at Sirius Satellite Radio, Howard Stern has a lot more money, a fiancee and what he says is far greater peace of mind. What he doesn't have, according to trade magazine Talkers, is his former stature as the most important talk radio host in America. Talkers' annual "Heavy Hundred" list drops Stern from the No. 1 spot last year to No. 12. "He's still doing very well," says Michael Harrison, editor of Talkers. "But this list is about what's hot - and you just don't hear about Stern the way you did before he went to satellite.
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By Martin Miller and Martin Miller,LOS ANGELES TIMES | August 31, 2005
There are those who say pop-radio stations play the same set of songs over and over again and all sound alike - a statement that is both true and not true of Sirius Satellite Radio's Elvis Radio. It's all Elvis Presley all the time, culled from a vast library of 2,700 songs but presented in a way listeners have never heard before - and one that may be a harbinger of radio's future. Elvis Radio, one of more than 130 channels on Sirius, may be the first station to transform what is normally a short-lived publicity stunt into a full-time dial fixture.
BUSINESS
January 23, 2005
A weekly briefing on the economic calendar Event of the week Existing-home sales report for December on Tuesday Monday Earnings reports: American Express, Kimberly-Clark, Legg Mason, Lexmark, Union Pacific, Netfix Tuesday Consumer confidence for January Earnings reports: Air Tran Holdings, BellSouth, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, CSX, DuPont, Johnson & Johnson, McDonald's, Merck, New York Times, Sara Lee, Schering-Plough, Southern Co., U. S....
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