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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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We remind you that both TWX
and FOXA report tomorrow -with TWX
before the open and FOXA after the close.
Simultaneously, Gerald Levin, chair and CEO of TWX
was named as CEO of the combined entity.
8 billion in cash for investing activities compared to $353 million listed as sources of cash from investing activities for TWX