1/2 of that ...
I can bankrupt your company for 1/2 price....hell, gimme 1/8 and I will do it...cheaper, faster and better !!!
actually if you look at the company sheet without the debt load, which was accrued long before Smit became CEO, Charter has done quite well. Smit was brought in to right the ship from an operating perspective and he done that. Payments on the debt is what caused Charter to file bankrupcy...nobody would have been able to overcome the type of drain on revenues while still rolling out new services and growing RGU's.