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|Industry||Telecommunications, Automotive, Mass media|
|Founded||1898 in Dayton, Ohio|
|Founder||James M. Cox|
|James C. Kennedy, Chairman
John Dyer, President and CEO
|Products||Cable networks, TV stations, radio, newspapers, printing, telecommunications, advertising, online properties|
|Revenue||US$ 18 billion|
|Owner||Cox family 99% (Anne Cox Chambers, James C. Kennedy, Blair Parry-Okeden)|
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Cox Media Group
Cox Enterprises, Inc. is a privately held American conglomerate based in Atlanta, Georgia. Cox is also a leading communications and automotive services company. Cox Enterprises is currently headed by the daughter of founder James Cox, Anne Cox Chambers, and the two children of her late sister Barbara Cox. Its chairman is Barbara Cox's son, James C. Kennedy. Fourth generation members of the Cox family serve on the company's board of directors The family and company were highlighted in a 2015 Forbes article called "This Billionaire Knows the Secret to Saving a Family Business"
The company owns newspapers, television stations, radio stations, Cox Communications, Manheim Auctions, Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book, Savings.com and Valpak. Cox is bringing Techstars, a startup accelerator, to Atlanta to boost startups and entrepreneurs.
The company gave more than $92 million in community support in 2014 through cash and in-kind contributions.
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The company was founded in Dayton, Ohio, by James M. Cox who purchased the Dayton Daily News in 1898. Cox later became the Democratic candidate for the president of the United States in the presidential election of 1920, running unsuccessfully on a ticket that included Franklin D. Roosevelt as the vice-presidential candidate.
Cox Communications is a broadband communications and entertainment company. The company also provides home security and automation, commercial telecommunications and advertising solutions.
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 Savings.com and Valpak.
Cox Media Group is also involved in automated and programmatic sales through Videa.
Cox Automotive is a provider of vehicle remarketing services and digital marketing and software solutions for automotive dealers and consumers. Cox Automotive includes Manheim, Dealer-Auction Ltd, Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book, vAuto, HomeNet Automotive, NextGear Capital, Xtime, and a host of global businesses and brands serving auto dealers, manufacturers and financial institutions.
In June 2015, Cox Automotive announced the biggest vendor acquisition in the history of auto retailing by agreeing to pay $4 billion in cash for dealer software giant Dealertrack Technologies Inc. The acquisition closed in October 2015.
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- George, Anya (2015-06-15). "Cox Automotive to buy Dealertrack in $4 billion deal". Reuters. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
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- "Cox goes bold with giant Dealertrack deal". Autonews.com. 2015-06-22. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
- "Cox Automotive Opening New Doors to Clients, Team Members and Auto Industry with Completion of Acquisition of Dealertrack | Cox Automotive". Coxautoinc.com. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
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