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Anne Cox Chambers, Media Heiress and Ex-Ambassador, Dies at 100

2020-01-31T13:31:23+0000

Mrs. Chambers, whose stake in Cox Enterprises was once worth billions, campaigned for Jimmy Carter, who gave her a diplomatic post in Belgium.


Anne Cox Chambers, Media Heiress and Ex-Ambassador, Dies at 100

2020-01-31T13:31:23+0000

Mrs. Chambers, whose stake in Cox Enterprises was once worth billions, campaigned for Jimmy Carter, who gave her a diplomatic post in Belgium.


Fred Cox, Vikings Kicker and an Inventor of Nerf Football, Dies at 80

2019-11-22T23:48:31+0000

He was a mainstay of a Vikings team that lost four Super Bowls and, while playing, helped create a squeezable foam toy that brought him decades of royalties.


Tributes Held for Jo Cox

2016-06-23T13:33:51+0000

Tributes were held in London and New York on Wednesday for Jo Cox, the British member of Parliament who was killed last week.


Paul Cox, Independent Filmmaker Who Explored Postmodern Life, Dies at 76

2016-06-23T02:07:34+0000

The Dutch-born Australian director was considered a father of Australian art cinema. He said he chose filmmaking not out of ambition, but because it was “pure compulsion.”


Robert Cox, Man Behind the ‘Just Say No’ Antidrug Campaign, Dies at 78

2016-06-22T23:33:20+0000

He was also responsible for the Amtrak “All aboard” slogan, and Ford’s “Quality is Job 1.”


Spencer Cox, AIDS Activist, Dies at 44

2012-12-21T05:26:46+0000

A member of the Treatment Action Group, Mr. Cox helped push antiretroviral drugs forward, leading to the first effective medical protocols to combat AIDS.


D.L. Cox, a Leader of Radicals During 1960s, Dies at 74

2011-03-14T00:12:15+0000

Mr. Cox was at the center of black radical politics as a member of the Black Panther Party high command and earned a moment of celebrity in 1970.


Michael Cox, Editor and Author of ‘The Meaning of Night,’ Dies at 60

2009-04-18T23:04:25+0000

Mr. Cox was an authority on the Victorian ghost story who, five years ago, spurred by the threat of blindness, sat down and wrote the vast Gothic novel that had been haunting him for three decades.


James Robbins Dies at 65; Led Expansion of Cox Cable

2007-10-13T04:00:00+0000

Mr. Robbins made his mark not only by expanding Cox fourfold but also by giving customer service high priority in an industry where it had not always been valued.



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