Sirius CEO Faces Skeptics in Senate

Apr 17, 2007 By MATTHEW PERRONE, AP Business Writer

(AP) -- A Senate committee chairman said Tuesday Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. has "a steep hill to climb" in showing that its proposed purchase of XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. will not hurt competition in the audio entertainment market.



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