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March 5, 1990 | from the Associated Press
British Broadcasting Corp. has announced plans to expand its news programs in the United States and Eastern Europe. "One of the main principles behind the success of our international broadcasting is that we broadcast to our friends as well as those who--until recently--were enemies," said John Tusa, managing director of the BBC World Service. "We talk to open as well as to closed societies," he said.
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March 30, 2002 | Bloomberg News
XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., the first U.S. satellite broadcaster, said Chief Financial Officer Heinz Stubblefield has resigned. Stubblefield, who joined XM in 1998 and helped with the company's early development and raising capital, will become CFO at Atlanta-based AHL Services Inc. His resignation is effective Monday, XM said. Washington-based XM named treasurer Greg Cole as acting CFO while it conducts an executive search.
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March 30, 2002 | Bloomberg News
XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., the first U.S. satellite broadcaster, said Chief Financial Officer Heinz Stubblefield has resigned. Stubblefield, who joined XM in 1998 and helped with the company's early development and raising capital, will become CFO at Atlanta-based AHL Services Inc. His resignation is effective Monday, XM said. Washington-based XM named treasurer Greg Cole as acting CFO while it conducts an executive search.
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March 5, 1990 | from the Associated Press
British Broadcasting Corp. has announced plans to expand its news programs in the United States and Eastern Europe. "One of the main principles behind the success of our international broadcasting is that we broadcast to our friends as well as those who--until recently--were enemies," said John Tusa, managing director of the BBC World Service. "We talk to open as well as to closed societies," he said.
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