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EchoStar reaches way out


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#1 OFFLINE   John Corn

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Posted 26 March 2002 - 03:47 PM

Two powerful armies are working for EchoStar Communications Corp. as it fights efforts to squash its $25 billion merger with competitor DirecTV.
One is a phalanx of high-powered lobbyists and lawyers, including the law firm that helped the United States government try to breakup Microsoft.
The other is composed of people such as Ethel Randolph, 58, a wheat and cattle farmer from the southeastern corner of Colorado
EchoStar reaches way out.

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