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April 3, 2001 | SALLIE HOFMEISTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No signs here bear his name, but 76-year-old John Rigas, founder and patriarch of Adelphia Communications Corp., the nation's sixth-largest cable company, rules this hamlet on the New York-Pennsylvania border like a feudal lord. He offers jobs to all comers and lends money to hard-luck cases who seldom pay him back. He owns more than two dozen local buildings, 10,000 acres of farmland and the movie house across from the village square.
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April 3, 2001 | SALLIE HOFMEISTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No signs here bear his name, but 76-year-old John Rigas, founder and patriarch of Adelphia Communications Corp., the nation's sixth-largest cable company, rules this hamlet on the New York-Pennsylvania border like a feudal lord. He offers jobs to all comers and lends money to hard-luck cases who seldom pay him back. He owns more than two dozen local buildings, 10,000 acres of farmland and the movie house across from the village square.
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