Cox Enterprises

Cox Enterprises is a media company and provider of automotive services. Their major operating subsidiaries include Cox Communications (cable television distribution, telephone, high-speed Internet access and other advanced broadband services), Cox Newspapers (newspapers, local and national direct mail advertising and customized newsletters), Cox Television (television and television sales rep firms), Cox Radio ([NYSE: CXR] broadcast radio stations and interactive Web sites), Manheim (vehicle auctions, repair and certification services and web-based technology products), and Cox Auto Trader (automotive publications and a majority stake in

Cox aquired Adify for $300MM in early 2008.

Company Growth (employees)
Atlanta, US
Size (employees)
55,000 (est)
Cox Enterprises was founded in 1898 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US

Key People at Cox Enterprises

James C. Kennedy

James C. Kennedy

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Anne Cox Chambers

Anne Cox Chambers

Alexander C. Taylor

Alexander C. Taylor

Executive Vice President
Robert Cahn

Robert Cahn

Vice President, Human Resources Development and Diversity
Gregory B. Morrison

Gregory B. Morrison

Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Cox Enterprises Office Locations

Cox Enterprises has an office in Atlanta
Atlanta, US (HQ)
6205 Peachtree Dunwoody Road

Cox Enterprises Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$1.7 m

Latest funding size

$1.7 m

Time since last funding

almost 3 years
Cox Enterprises's latest funding round in December 2014 was reported to be $1.7 m. In total, Cox Enterprises has raised $1.7 m

Cox Enterprises Financial Metrics

Cox Enterprises's revenue was reported to be $18.1 b in FY, 2015

Revenue (FY, 2015)

18.1 b
USDFY, 2015


18.1 b
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Traffic Overview of Cox Enterprises

Cox Enterprises Online and Social Media Presence

Cox Enterprises News and Updates

Fifty Tech Companies Selected to Shine at 10th Annual Venture Atlanta

PRESS RELEASE: Venture Atlanta, the South's premier technology innovation and investor conference, announced today the 51 companies selected to present and showcase their wares at its 10th annual event to be held October 11-12 at the College...

Techstars selects 2 Chattanooga startups for its Atlanta accelerator program

Two Chattanooga startup companies were picked to take part in Techstars Atlanta, an acclaimed “accelerator” program for budding businesses that marks its second year in Atlanta. The Chattanooga startups chosen were Collider Tech, which is developing a high-speed, 3-D printer for industrial use, and …

For one new fund, the question isn’t which corporate backer, but why not 10?

 Engage Ventures is a new, Atlanta-based accelerator fund for early-stage deals. It isn’t managing a ton of money — it just closed on $15 million for its debut effort — but it does have some interesting financial backers. Read More

Venture Atlanta Seeks the Best and Brightest Southeast Tech Innovators, Announces Call for Companies for 2017 National Investor Conference

PRESS RELEASE: Commemorating its 10th anniversary this year, Venture Atlanta today announced it has opened its 2017 call for presenters. The announcement is an invitation to innovating tech companies in the Southeast to vie for the chance to take the...

Dynamic Signal gets $25M led by Microsoft’s VC to replace the company bulletin board

 A wave of enterprise apps, from Slack through to Facebook’s Workplace, is tackling and changing how employees communicate with each other when they are both far apart and nearby. Now another startup in the same neighborhood as these has raised a significant round of funding to scale up. Dynamic Sig…

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