Potentially pocketing more than $100 million, Time Warner Cable chief executive Rob Marcus leads a host of cable executives, traders and bankers who will profit handsomely through golden parachutes, advisory fees and investment returns should Charter Communications' proposed $56.7 billion takeover of TWC get approved.
High-level Time Warner Cable technology executive Mike LaJoie has announced his retirement, effective at the end of year. LaJoie, 60, told colleagues in a memo that he'll step down from his role as executive VP and chief technology and network operations officer for TWC after 21 years at the company.
Time Warner Cable's former chairman and CEO, Glenn Britt, passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 65.
Former Time Warner Cable chairman and CEO Glenn Britt died in his New York City home Wednesday morning after battling cancer. He was 65.
Brushing aside reports that he isn't interested in merging Time Warner Cable with Charter Communications and other cable MSOs, Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt insisted Thursday that the company would agree to a deal if it made money for shareholders.
Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt disclosed Tuesday that he was treated for melanoma in 2008 and that doctors told him recently that the cancer has recurred.
Apple has recruited veteran CableLabs engineer Jean-François Mulé, sparking speculation that he could help the company build products aimed at delivering video to TVs in cable homes.
CBS and Time Warner Cable have ended their month-long battle over retransmission fees, announcing CBS programming will return to Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks customers within 24 hours.
Suggesting that a deal on terms for video-on-demand and mobile video remains the biggest obstacle to Time Warner Cable and CBS Corp. signing a new contract, the MSO offered Monday to pay increased fees to carry CBS stations if CBS agreed to leave terms involving digital distribution the same as they were previously.
Time Warner Cable said Thursday that 48-year-old COO Rob Marcus will take over as chairman and CEO on Jan. 1, 2014, succeeding Glenn Britt, who is retiring after 12 years at the helm of the nation's second-largest cable MSO.