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 (bĕl′ō, bĕ′lo͝o), Carlos Felipe Ximenes Born 1948.
East Timorese Roman Catholic bishop. An outspoken critic of Indonesia's invasion and colonization of East Timor, he shared the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize with José Ramos-Horta.
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(ˈbɛl oʊ)
Carlos Filepe Ximenes, born 1948, Indonesian bishop: Nobel peace prize 1996.
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A.H. Belo Corporation is a recognized Dallas-based media company that owns newspapers in North Texas.
A.H. Belo Corporation, owner of the Dallas Morning News, has created a pair of marketing services divisions in an effort to better serve its clients.
Before joining tronc, Lavey spent six years as VP/Corporate Controller for A.H. Belo Corporation and as Controller for its Dallas Morning News operation.
A.H. Belo Corporation (NYSE: AHC) announced on Thursday that its board of directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of USD0.08 per share for Q4 2015.
A.H. Belo Corporation (NYSE:AHC) announced on Thursday the declaration by the company's board of directors of a quarterly cash dividend of USD0.08 per share for Q3 of 2015.
A.H. Belo Corporation, in its first quarterly report as a stand-alone newspaper company, reported a loss of $3.2 million, or 16 cents a share, on advertising revenue that sank 21%.
The chief executive of Dallas-based A.H. Belo Corporation says first-quarter financial results at the newspaper chain will fall short of expectations.
The pure-play newspaper group will be called A.H. Belo Corporation., and have the New York Stock Exchange symbol of AHC.
A.H. Belo Corporation (NYSE:AHC), a local news and information publishing company, announced on Thursday the declaration by its board of directors of a special cash dividend of USD2.25 per share.
Belo said the newspaper business would be spun off into a publicly traded company called A.H. Belo Corporation -- taking a name from its founding newspaper publisher that it abandoned more than a decade ago to emphasize its broadcast and multimedia businesses.
A.H. Belo Corporation (NYSE:AHC), a newspaper publishing and local news and information company, and Freedom Communications Holdings Inc (Freedom) on Friday announced the completion of the sale of The Press-Enterprise.
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