As the third-largest cable provider in the nation, Cox Communications Inc. is noted for its high-capacity, reliable broadband delivery network and superior customer care. For Cox, it’s not about being the biggest; it’s about being the best. 
With more than 6 million total residential and commercial customer relationships, over 22,000 employees and a firm commitment to education, the Cox team is widely regarded industry leaders, having earned multiple distinctions in customer satisfaction, diversity practices and company strategy. Cox leads all providers of small and midsize business data solutions in customer satisfaction, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Major Provider Business Telecommunications StudySM. In 2006, Cox received highest honor in J.D. Power and Associates' residential cable/satellite TV customer satisfaction study as well as in 2005 for customer satisfaction among high-speed Internet service providers.
Type
Private
HQ
Atlanta, US
Founded
1984
Size (employees)
14,046 (est)
Website
cox.com
Cox was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US
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Key People/Management at Cox

Patrick J. Esser

Patrick J. Esser

President
Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart

Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Len Barlik

Len Barlik

Executive Vice President, Chief Operations Officer
Karen Bennett

Karen Bennett

EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer

Cox Office Locations

Cox has offices in Warwick, Tucson, Oklahoma City, Phoenix and in 4 other locations
Atlanta, US (HQ)
6205 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd
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Cox Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1984
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Cox Operating Metrics

Cox's Customers was reported to be 6 m in Feb, 2018. Cox's Enterprise Customers was reported to be 350 k in Feb, 2018.
Feb, 2018

Customers

6 m

Enterprise Customers

350 k
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Cox News and Updates

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On the latest 'Geek's Guide to the Galaxy' podcast, writer Ana Marie Cox discusses Ted Cruz's love of one of the most openly liberal TV shows.

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The messy health insurance exchange market was starting to settle down before Trump came along.

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A former New Hampshire boarding school student says the school violated her civil rights by failing to protect her from sexual assault

Cox Chief Pat Esser to Keynote 2018 Cable-Tec Expo

EXTON, PA.—Cox Communications President Pat Esser will keynote the Opening General Session of SCTE-ISBE Cable-Tec Expo 2018, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, in Atlanta. In his address, Esser is expected to discuss how product innovation and excellence in service delivery can help the ...Continue reading
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