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  2. William Campbell (business executive) - Wikipedia

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    He joined J. Walter Thompson, the advertising agency, and then Kodak, where he rose to run Kodak's European film business. He was hired by John Sculley, became Apple's VP of Marketing, and then ran Apple's Claris software division. When Sculley refused to spin Claris off into an independent company, Campbell and much of the Claris leadership left.

  3. Bill Davis Racing - Wikipedia

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    Bill Davis fielded a third part-time team for R&D purposes on numerous occasions. This car switched numerous times between No. 23 and No. 27. . The No. 23 car made its debut at the season finale NAPA 500 in 2000 with Scott Wimmer driving the No. 23 AT&T sponsored Pontiac. In 2001, the car once again did not appear until the final Atlanta race ...

  4. Sam Wyly - Wikipedia

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    In 2000, sold Sterling Commerce to AT&T for $3.9 billion. Five years later in 2005, AT&T resold the company for $1.4 billion to IBM. In 2002, co-founded Ranger Capital, a fund focused on small-cap stocks.: 224–225 As of 2006, Wyly was co-founder with son, Evan, the largest clean-energy producer Green Mountain Energy.

  5. Peering - Wikipedia

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    A desire that the other network pay settlement, either in exchange for continued peering or for transit services. A belief that the other network is "profiting unduly" from the no-settlement interconnection. Concern over traffic ratios, which is related to the fair sharing of cost for the interconnection.

  6. Teladoc Health - Wikipedia

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    The bill undermined Teladoc Health's business model in Texas, where it had around 2 million subscribers. Teladoc Health sued [56] in federal court over the rule in Teladoc v. Texas Medical Board , arguing the bill violated antitrust laws [57] by inflating prices and limiting the supply of health care providers in the state.

  7. Sports in the Las Vegas metropolitan area - Wikipedia

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    The Las Vegas metropolitan area is home to many sports, most of which take place in the unincorporated communities around Las Vegas rather than in the city itself. The Las Vegas Valley has three major league professional teams: the Vegas Golden Knights of the National Hockey League (NHL), which began play in 2017 as the region's first major pro team, the Las Vegas Raiders of the National ...

  8. CNBC - Wikipedia

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    CNBC (formerly Consumer News and Business Channel) is an American basic cable business news channel. It provides business news programming on weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Eastern Time , while broadcasting talk shows , investigative reports, documentaries , infomercials , reality shows , and other programs at all other times.

  9. ADT Inc. - Wikipedia

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    In 1909, Western Union and ADT came under the control of American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T). ADT began to expand into new areas, such as fire alarms and security alarms between 1910 and 1930, but was kept separate from AT&T's Holmes alarm business. ADT became a publicly traded company in the 1960s.

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