The final tally for Cox Enterprises was just over $1.7 million, which was given to the Movember Foundation in support of men?s health initiatives. Cox Enterprises President and CEO John Dyer ?said, Our Chairman Jim Kennedy (pictured) was diagnosed with prostate cancer earlier this year. While Jim?s prognosis is good, it brings to light the need for education and funds to support men?s health. Jim and his family have always demonstrated an immense passion for Cox and its employees, and it?s in that same spirit that we launched Movember at Cox.? The Cox Movember Network, which includes more than 1,600 employees, vendors, partners and friends, raised $885,000 that was matched by the James M. Cox Foundation. Cox Enterprises is Movember?s Top Global Network and the Largest Global Corporate Contributor to Movember?s 2014 campaign.