It's said time changes everything, and a lot has certainly changed between XM Satellite Radio Inc. and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. judging by the agreement the companies signed last month to develop unified standard satellite radios, probably by 2004. Clearly, the agreement reached mid-February to unify satellite radio standards is substantial because it should speed growth by lowering subscription costs. In four years, if automakers choose, drivers may have the option of having XM and ...
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