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TWX

(TeletypeWriter eXchange Service) A U.S. and Canadian dial-up communications service that became part of Telex. In 1971, the Bell System sold TWX to Western Union. TWX transmitted 5-bit Murray code or 7-bit ASCII code at up to 150 bps. See Telex.
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Jeff: We haven't mentioned yet that TWX has a faster deposition rate than typical immersion gold.
Simultaneously, Gerald Levin, chair and CEO of TWX was named as CEO of the combined entity.
We remind you that both TWX and FOXA report tomorrow -with TWX before the open and FOXA after the close.
During the same four years referred to above, TWX realized compound revenue and stock price growth of 18% and 36% respectively.
We also think such an offer underscores the value of TWX's assets, which we continue to believe the market has not fully appreciated.
Of all the stocks, the only one Lew would have sold is Dulles, Virginia-based AOL, which is currently involved in a merger with Time Warner (NYSE: TWX).
The report further suggests that the regulatory concerns around the bid are likely to be diminished by yesterday's approval of AT&T (T) - Time Warner (TWX) deal.
Noted Marci Ryvicker, Wells Fargo Securities Senior Analyst: "TWX provided more visibility on Turner's domestic subscription revenue growth.
Nolan has hastily dispelled rumors that he was planning to direct a film version of "The Justice League," Warner Brothers' (TWX) superhero-laden answer to Disney's (DIS) "The Avengers," which has (http://wap.yahoo.com/w/legobpengine/news/spidey-relaunches-tuesday-record-35m-153508646.html?.b=index&.ts=1341474866&.ysid=n67bpczqPNdkeVR8ry58rXY_&.intl=US&.lang=en) pulled in $1.45 billion worldwide since its release on May 4.
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KeyBanc analyst Brandon Nispel notes that Judge Richard Leon ruled in favor of AT&T (T), without condition, in a suit brought against it by the Department of Justice over its acquisition of Time Warner (TWX).