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January 8, 1993
Effective Monday, Jan. 11, the home-delivered price of The Times will change to $3.84 per week for daily and Sunday service. The new rate for daily-only home delivery will be $3.30 per week. These rates include applicable California sales tax. There will be no change for Sunday-only service and no change in single-copy rates. The new home-delivery subscription rates represent an increase of less than 2%, and are the first change in subscription rates in nearly two years.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 15, 2014 | By Meg James
Time Warner Cable Inc. has stirred anger over its hike in subscription rates for customers and its efforts to extract hefty fees from rivals to air the L.A. Dodgers channel. Now it has incurred the wrath of city officials. On Friday, the city of Los Angeles sued the cable giant, alleging it stiffed the city on franchise fees over four years through 2011. The city seeks nearly $10 million in fees, money it said could have helped ease its budget problems during the financial crisis.
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BUSINESS
August 10, 2002 | City News Service
Los Angeles Mayor Jim Hahn and Councilman Jack Weiss sent a letter to Adelphia Communications Corp. urging the troubled cable company to abandon a plan to increase rates. "In light of the many issues that have eroded consumer confidence in Adelphia, we urge you to withdraw your request to increase current subscription rates," the officials said in the letter to Erland Kailbourne, the company's interim chief executive.
BUSINESS
August 10, 2002 | City News Service
Los Angeles Mayor Jim Hahn and Councilman Jack Weiss sent a letter to Adelphia Communications Corp. urging the troubled cable company to abandon a plan to increase rates. "In light of the many issues that have eroded consumer confidence in Adelphia, we urge you to withdraw your request to increase current subscription rates," the officials said in the letter to Erland Kailbourne, the company's interim chief executive.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 15, 2014 | By Meg James
Time Warner Cable Inc. has stirred anger over its hike in subscription rates for customers and its efforts to extract hefty fees from rivals to air the L.A. Dodgers channel. Now it has incurred the wrath of city officials. On Friday, the city of Los Angeles sued the cable giant, alleging it stiffed the city on franchise fees over four years through 2011. The city seeks nearly $10 million in fees, money it said could have helped ease its budget problems during the financial crisis.
BUSINESS
September 24, 1987 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, Times Staff Writer
Ms., the magazine that made feminism a two-letter word, was sold for an undisclosed price Wednesday to an Australian media group that intends to pump millions of dollars into the struggling publication. The new owner, John Fairfax Ltd., publishes 80 magazines and 53 newspapers in Australia but only recently entered the U.S. market. Profits from the sale will go to the Ms. Foundation for Education and Communication Inc., which contributes money and research to feminist groups.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1997
After the resolution of a three-year rate dispute between the city and Century Communications, Santa Monica's 24,000 cable television subscribers will see reductions in their bills starting in November, a city official said Tuesday. The $1.7-million settlement means subscribers to basic service will receive a net reduction of $11.58 monthly over the next year, said Kate Vernez, senior management analyst for the city. Premium-service subscribers will receive monthly net reductions of $7.
NEWS
January 11, 1993
Effective today, the home-delivered price of The Times Orange County will change to $3.12 per week for daily and Sunday service. The new rate for daily-only home delivery will be $2.58 per week. These rates include applicable California sales taxes. There will be no change for Sunday-only service and no change in single copy rates. The new home-delivery rates represent an increase of less than 2%, and are the first change in subscription rates in nearly two years.
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