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Erland E. "Erkie" Kailbourne is known for leading a 1998 campaign to ensure the Buffalo Bills remained in town, and for briefly serving as Adelphia ... In 2002, he was named Adelphia's interim CEO, a position he would hold for several months after John Rigas stepped down amid turmoil at the cable ...
He helped lead a marketing effort to entice the Buffalo Bills to sign a stadium lease extension and served as interim chairman and CEO of Adelphia Communications when John Rigas resigned amid a federal investigation for financial improprieties. Warsaw-based Financial Institutions (NASDAQ: FISI) is ...

You can get the facts about John Rigas from online sources. He was born .... Zito is a much smaller version of Adelphia (their use of that name, which means “brother” in Greek, is now legally forbidden), offering digital telephone, television, and high-speed Internet service to subscribers in seventeen states.
The Zito Media appeal was one of nine appeals stemming from a 2004 lawsuit filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas by Adelphia founder John Rigas, other members of his family, and a series of family-controlled businesses. The complaint says Deloitte directed the accounting decisions that led ...
Law360, Philadelphia (May 17, 2017, 3:27 PM EDT) -- Attorneys for a series of entities connected to defunct Adelphia Communications Corp. asked a ... Adelphia founder John Rigas, other members of his family, and a series of family-controlled businesses are asking the Pennsylvania Superior Court to overturn rulings out ...
Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas left the federal prison in Waymart around noon Monday, lawyer Larry McMichael told The Associated Press. McMichael told AP that Rigas was able to walk to the car on his own as he left the prison. His son Timothy escorted him and gave him a hug and ...

A federal judge on Friday ordered the release from prison of John Rigas, the Adelphia Communications Corp founder convicted over a fraud that led to ... Rigas and another son, Timothy Rigas, Adelphia's former chief financial officer, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's debt and ...
U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood in Manhattan signed an order allowing Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas to be freed as soon as his medical condition permits, the release plan is implemented and travel arrangements can be made. The judge was responding to a written request for early ...
I've been thinking about how to tell the story of John Rigas, the cable pioneer who founded Coudersport, Pa.-based MSO Adelphia Communications ever since I visited Pennsylvania in early November to attend an event hosted by the nation's largest cable company – Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA).
Erland "Erkie" Kailbourne has been chosen as the new chairman of Rand Capital Corp., replacing the recently deceased Reginald Newman II. Kailbourne is the former chairman and CEO of Fleet National Bank New York N.A. He is in the process of stepping down from the board of Financial Institutions Inc.
You can get the facts about John Rigas from online sources. He was born .... Zito is a much smaller version of Adelphia (their use of that name, which means “brother” in Greek, is now legally forbidden), offering digital telephone, television, and high-speed Internet service to subscribers in seventeen states.
The Zito Media appeal was one of nine appeals stemming from a 2004 lawsuit filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas by Adelphia founder John Rigas, other members of his family, and a series of family-controlled businesses. The complaint says Deloitte directed the accounting decisions that led ...
Law360, Philadelphia (May 17, 2017, 3:27 PM EDT) -- Attorneys for a series of entities connected to defunct Adelphia Communications Corp. asked a ... Adelphia founder John Rigas, other members of his family, and a series of family-controlled businesses are asking the Pennsylvania Superior Court to overturn rulings out ...
Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas left the federal prison in Waymart around noon Monday, lawyer Larry McMichael told The Associated Press. McMichael told AP that Rigas was able to walk to the car on his own as he left the prison. His son Timothy escorted him and gave him a hug and ...
A federal judge on Friday ordered the release from prison of John Rigas, the Adelphia Communications Corp founder convicted over a fraud that led to ... Rigas and another son, Timothy Rigas, Adelphia's former chief financial officer, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's debt and ...
U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood in Manhattan signed an order allowing Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas to be freed as soon as his medical condition permits, the release plan is implemented and travel arrangements can be made. The judge was responding to a written request for early ...
I've been thinking about how to tell the story of John Rigas, the cable pioneer who founded Coudersport, Pa.-based MSO Adelphia Communications ever since I visited Pennsylvania in early November to attend an event hosted by the nation's largest cable company – Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA).

John Rigas View full sizeJohn Rigas, center, the founder of cable television giant Adelphia Communications Corp., leaves federal court in Manhattan, ... Oren Cohen, then a Wall Street analyst for Merrill Lynch, waited until the end of Adelphia's quarterly conference call with investors to ask his question: ...
That's the motivation behind Time Warner's acquisition of Adelphia ... particularly since the company's founder and CEO John Rigas was ...
In confirming the sale of its assets, Adelphia's chief operating officer said ... John Rigas and his son Timothy later were convicted of conspiracy, ...
Federal prosecutors said that John Rigas and two of his sons, Timothy and Michael, stole hundreds of millions from Adelphia, including $252 ...
Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas left the federal prison in Waymart around noon Monday, lawyer Larry McMichael told The ...
A federal judge on Friday ordered the release from prison of John Rigas, the Adelphia Communications Corp founder convicted over a fraud ...
U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood in Manhattan signed an order allowing Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas to be freed as ...
The 91-year-old Rigas was sentenced to 12 years in prison in 2005 in a looting and debt-hiding scandal. Rigas has two years left to serve and ...
I've been thinking about how to tell the story of John Rigas, the cable pioneer who founded Coudersport, Pa.-based MSO Adelphia ...
John Rigas View full sizeJohn Rigas, center, the founder of cable television giant Adelphia Communications Corp., leaves federal court in ...
John Rigas, the former CEO of Adelphia Communications serving federal prison time for securities and bank fraud after a $3.2 billion ...
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Adelphia founder John Rigas was found guilty of conspiracy, securities fraud and bank fraud Thursday -- the most ...
That's when John Rigas, Timothy Rigas and Michael Rigas (the former Adelphia operations chief who avoided prison by pleading guilty to ...
Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas left the federal prison in Waymart around noon Monday, lawyer Larry McMichael told The ...
A federal judge on Friday ordered the release from prison of John Rigas, the Adelphia Communications Corp founder convicted over a fraud ...
A federal judge on Friday ordered the release from prison of John Rigas, the Adelphia Communications Corp founder convicted over a fraud ...
U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood in Manhattan signed an order allowing Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas to be freed as ...
But since Adelphia's demise beginning in 2002, the lustre has faded ... John Rigas is 91 years old, and cancer has spread throughout his body.
John Rigas is currently an inmate, along with his son, Timothy, at the United States Penitentiary, Canaan in Waymart, Pa.
The 91-year-old Rigas was sentenced to 12 years in prison in 2005 in a looting and debt-hiding scandal. Rigas has two years left to serve and ...
I've been thinking about how to tell the story of John Rigas, the cable pioneer who founded Coudersport, Pa.-based MSO Adelphia ...
John Rigas View full sizeJohn Rigas, center, the founder of cable television giant Adelphia Communications Corp., leaves federal court in ...
After all, when James Rigas, father of John Rigas, was opening the Texas Hot in Wellsville, he turned to fellow Greek proprietors in Olean to ...
John Rigas, chairman of the company, said: "I am delighted with the positive results for the first three quarters to 31 December 2016, specifically in the flagship London Store, providing year on year growth within the UK Luxury Market.
RIGAS RELEASED: From World War II veteran to theater owner to Fortune 500 CEO to federal felon, the story of Adelphia Cable Co.
(Wait - maybe that's just Adelphia founder John Rigas.) Successful people don't see money solely as a personal reward; they see money as a way to grow a business, reward and develop employees, give back to the community ... in short, not just to make ...
The SEC form was signed by John Rigas Director. The company was incorporated in 2013. The filler's address is: 667 Madison Avenue, 3Rd Floor, New York, Ny, New York, 10065.
The SEC form was signed by John Rigas Director. The company was incorporated in 2013. The filler's address is: 667 Madison Avenue, 3Rd Floor, New York, Ny, New York, 10065.
John Rigas, who was 79 years old at the time, and Timothy Rigas, 47, were also found guilty of two counts of bank fraud and 15 counts of securities fraud.
The report, by Labella Associates out of Rochester, N.Y., was commissioned in 2000 by John Rigas, founder of Adelphia Communications Corporation. Find out more in this week's Potter-Leader-Enterprise. Discuss; Print. Posted in News on Wednesday, ...
Rigas was the founder and CEO of Adelphia Communications, one of the largest cable companies in the country, until he was removed in 2002 once it was discovered he and family members had stolen $3.1 billion from the company and its investors.
Then John Rigas would install cable. He and my uncle were on good terms. Rigas went on to ... The people at Adelphia Cable in Vermont thought I had a pipeline to the C.E.O. Suddenly I wasn't any longer a number. What's my point? Bureaucrats respond to ...
Then John Rigas would install cable. He and my uncle were on good terms. Rigas went on to ... The people at Adelphia Cable in Vermont thought I had a pipeline to the C.E.O. Suddenly I wasn't any longer a number. What's my point? Bureaucrats respond to ...


 

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