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RE: Fwd: WorldCom Investor News: WorldCom Announces IntentiontoRestate 2001 and First Quarter 2002 Financial Statements
- From: Rowland, Alan D
- Date: Wed Jun 26 13:16:07 2002
RoadRunner is also involved in supplying TWC service (Time Warner Cable). As
a former RoadRunner then MediaOne then ATTBI customer, I believe RoadRunner
best fits as a sort of Covad in Cable land.
Just my WAG (Wild Axx Guess)
From: Pawlukiewicz Jane [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 8:53 AM
To: Andy Warner; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Fwd: WorldCom Investor News: WorldCom Announces
IntentiontoRestate 2001 and First Quarter 2002 Financial Statements
Andy Warner wrote:
> Neither WCOM, nor T owns Cox. Cox is independent. T recently acquired
> Comcast which may be the source of your confusion.
I am always confused.
No, I think the source of my confusion is RoadRunner. Its all over their
website, and that's a AT&T name. isn't it? at least it was...
> Andy Warner
> On Wed, 26 Jun 2002, Pawlukiewicz Jane wrote:
> > Hey,
> > dumb question. Does WCOM own Cox? Or is that AT&T?
> > Just curious.
> > Jane