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Cox Enterprises, Inc.
James Middleton Cox
, Atlanta, Georgia USA
James C. Kennedy, Chairman
Jimmy W. Hayes, President and CEO
Cable networks, TV stations,
radio, newspapers, printing, telecommunications, advertising, online properties
US$ 24.7 billion (2011) [1 ]
Cox Family 49%(
Anne Cox Chambers, 25% James Cox Kennedy, 25% Blair Parry-Okeden)
Subsidiaries Cox Communications, Manheim, Cox Media Group, AutoTrader.com
Cox Headquarters' "Central Park" in
includes the company's buildings and leased spaces.
Cox Enterprises, Inc. is a privately held media conglomerate based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The company is currently headed by the now- nonagenarian daughter of Cox, Anne Cox Chambers, and the two children of her late sister Barbara Cox Anthony. Its chairman is Anthony's son, James C. Kennedy.
The company owns newspapers, television stations, radio stations,
Cox Communications, Manheim Auctions, AutoTrader.com and Valpak.
History [ edit ]
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The company was founded in
Dayton, Ohio by James M. Cox, who in 1898 had purchased the . Cox later became the Democratic candidate for the president of the United States in the Dayton Daily News presidential election of 1920, running unsuccessively on a ticket that included Franklin D. Roosevelt as the vice-presidential candidate.
Major subsidiaries [ edit ]
Cox Communications is a broadband communications and entertainment company.
Cox Media Group
Cox Media Group operates broadcast television and radio stations, runs metro newspapers and more than a dozen non-daily publications, and has more than 100 digital services. Cox Media Group owns and operates Valpak.
Other subsidiaries [ edit ]
Manheim Auctions operates auctions at locations in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, and online through its Simulcast portal.
AutoTrader.com is a website aggregator for private owner and dealer car sales.
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