Early Briefing 7.24.07

Mel Karmazin said that a merged Sirius and XM, based in the District, would offer an a la carte pricing plan. Opponents have said the deal would lead to higher prices. See story
Sam Diaz blogged on the topic over at Post I.T. See entry

Alumni of Carlyle Group of the District have gone on to influence a lot of other deals and companies in the region, helping making Washington a thriving investment community. See story

Maximus of Reston settled a Medicaid fraud suit for $30.5 million. See story

Also yesterday, EyeTel Imaging of Columbia submitted a new filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission on an initial public offering. The company, which says it develops technology and services to detect preventable blindness, said it plans to offer 3.5 million shares of stock at $7 to $8 a share and trade on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol "EYT." It did not give a date for the offering.

By Terri Rupar  |  July 24, 2007; 5:00 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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