Cox Business will pass $2B revenue mark in 2016

Cox Business is proving that cable's presence in the business services market is far more than just a throwaway line at the end of cable company earnings calls.

Led by Senior Vice President Steve Rowley, Cox Business is on track to pass $2 billion in revenue this year, a large feat for a segment that started out with a small amount of revenues when it was launched in 1998. Between 1998 and 2010, Cox business services grew from nothing to about $1 billion.

Dan Frankel, editor of FierceCable talked with Rowley to about that business services growth. Read his interview here. 

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