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  2. William Campbell (business executive) - Wikipedia

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    William Vincent Campbell Jr. (August 31, 1940 – April 18, 2016) was an American businessman and chairman of the board of trustees of Columbia University and chairman of the board of Intuit.

  3. 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.

  4. Tele-Communications Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Tele-Communications, Inc. (TCI) was a cable television provider in the United States, and for most of its history was controlled by Bob Magness and John Malone. The company was started in 1958 in Bozeman, Montana as Western Microwave, Inc. and Community Television, Inc., two firms with common ownership.

  5. 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.

  6. HBO - Wikipedia

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    The network pioneered the pay television industry practice, known as a "pre-buy," of buying the pay-cable rights to a movie from its releasing studio before it started filming, in exchange for agreeing to pay a specified share of a film's production costs; this allowed HBO to maintain exclusivity over film output arrangements and to save money ...

  7. AT&T Stadium - Wikipedia

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    AT&T Stadium was the site of the 2009 and 2010 Big 12 Championship Games, the last two held prior to the 2010–13 Big 12 Conference realignment. On December 5, 2009, the Texas Longhorns defeated the Nebraska Cornhuskers 13–12 in the 2009 Big 12 Championship Game , the first to be held in the stadium with attendance announced at 76,211. [69]

  8. Deficit spending - Wikipedia

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    Controversy. Government deficit spending is a central point of controversy in economics, with prominent economists holding differing views. The mainstream economics position is that deficit spending is desirable and necessary as part of countercyclical fiscal policy, but that there should not be a structural deficit (i.e., permanent deficit): The government should run deficits during ...

  9. 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.

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