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Glenn Britt, Chairman, President and CEO, Time Warner Cable

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Glenn Britt, Chairman, President and CEO, Time Warner Cable

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Glenn A. Britt, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Glenn A. Britt is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Time Warner Cable. He began serving as Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors in March 2009. He was named President and CEO in 2006 and had served as the company’s chief executive since August 2001.

Mr. Britt has been the driving force behind the company’s aggressive deployment of advanced video services, such as video-on-demand, high-definition television and digital video recorders. Mr. Britt has guided the growth and increased penetration of Time Warner Cable’s residential high-speed data product and has overseen the efforts of Road Runner Business Class, the company’s commercial broadband service. He has also championed the launch and growth of Time Warner Cable Digital Phone and development of new wireless products such as Road Runner Mobile.

Mr. Britt also has focused on creating a customer service-oriented organization. He has championed the cable industry’s efforts to work more closely with consumer electronics manufacturers and other related groups to develop compatible standards for the deployment of integrated communications products.

Mr. Britt became President of Time Warner Cable in January 1999. Previously, he served as President and CEO of Time Warner Cable Ventures, the company’s new business arm. There he oversaw the launch of Road Runner, the country’s first high-speed Internet service, as well as the creation of Time Warner Telecom. He had been Executive Vice President of Time Warner Cable since 1990, and was previously Senior Vice President and Treasurer of Time Warner Inc. Prior to the merger between Time Inc. and Warner Communications, Britt was Vice President and CFO of Time Inc., a position he held starting July 1988.

Mr. Britt joined Time Inc. in 1972 in the controller’s department and rose to VP and Treasurer of Manhattan Cable Television, Inc. (1974), Finance Director for Time-Life Books’ Iran Project (1977), VP of Network and Studio Operations for Home Box Office, Inc. (HBO), and Director of Business Development of Time Inc.’s video group (1980).

Mr. Britt became SVP of Finance for American Television and Communications Corp., Time Inc.’s cable television unit, in 1981, SVP of Finance for Time Inc.’s Video Group in 1984, and SVP and CFO of Home Box Office later that year. He was elected as VP of Time Inc. in October 1986 and Treasurer the following month. He became VP of Finance for Time Inc. in February 1988.

Mr. Britt serves on the board of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) and is a member of its Executive Committee. He is also a board member of CableLabs, Walter Kaitz Foundation, Pearl Harbor Memorial Fund, Xerox Corporation, The Paley Center, Cardinal Health and Manhattan Theatre Club.

In December 2009, Mr. Britt was one of five corporate executives appointed by President Obama to a task force charged with strengthening America’s economic competitiveness through leadership in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. The “Educate to Innovate” initiative strives to increase the scale, scope and impact of private-sector and philanthropic support in improving American students’ STEM proficiency. In conjunction with the White House initiative, Mr. Britt championed Time Warner Cable’s launch of Connect a Million Minds (, the company’s $100 million philanthropic initiative to inspire students to pursue STEM-related education and career opportunities.

Mr. Britt has received many industry honors, including induction in Broadcasting & Cable’s Hall of Fame; Cable Positive’s Joel G. Berger Award; the NCTA’s Vanguard Award for Distinguished Leadership; The Media Institute’s American Horizon Award; the NAMIC Stanley B. Thomas Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award; and the Kaitz Foundation Diversity Champion Award. In 2010, he was named Humanitarian of the Year by the UJA-Federation of New York.

He received a B.A. in economics from Dartmouth College, where he graduated magna cum laude. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Mr. Britt received an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth, where he sponsors the Britt Technology Impact Series. The program series examines various aspects of the growing impact of technology on corporations and individuals and the business strategy issues surrounding new technology.

Serving more than 14 million subscribers in 28 states, Time Warner Cable delivers a broad range of video, voice and high-speed data services to residential and commercial customers. The company is the second-largest cable operator in the U.S.
Robert D. Marcus, President and Chief Operating Officer
Robert D. Marcus is President and Chief Operating Officer of Time Warner Cable, responsible for the business operations of all Time Warner Cable locations serving more than 14 million customers in 28 states. He also oversees the company’s marketing, customer care, technology, commercial services and media sales functions.

Mr. Marcus was named President and Chief Operating Officer in December 2010. He had served most recently as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. His many accomplishments at Time Warner Cable include orchestrating the company’s spinoff from Time Warner Inc. in 2009 and its move to a publicly traded company in 2007. He joined Time Warner Cable in August 2005 as Senior Executive Vice President, overseeing corporate groups including mergers and acquisitions, business affairs, programming and human resources. In January 2008, he assumed accountability for the company’s finance functions, adding Chief Financial Officer to his title.

From 1998 until he joined Time Warner Cable, Mr. Marcus held various positions at Time Warner Inc., including Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions. From 1990 to 1997, Mr. Marcus practiced law at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison.

Mr. Marcus received a J.D. from Columbia Law School in 1990, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and editor of the Columbia Law Review. He earned a B.A., magna cum laude, from Brown University in 1987.

Mr. Marcus serves on the board of New Alternatives for Children (NAC), a New York City-based non-profit organization that provides support of birth, foster and adoptive families caring for children with special medical needs at home.
Arthur T. Minson, Jr., Chief Financial Officer
Arthur (Artie) Minson is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Time Warner Cable. In this role, he oversees all of the company's financial functions, including its financial operations, financial planning and analysis, treasury, accounting, tax, mergers and acquisitions, internal audit and investor relations. He also oversees a range of corporate services, including supply chain and business affairs. Based in the company's New York City headquarters, Mr. Minson is a member of the senior management team and reports to Glenn Britt, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Minson’s 2013 appointment as CFO marked his return to Time Warner Cable following a stint at AOL Inc. At AOL, he oversaw the company’s successful spinoff from Time Warner Inc. and held a number of senior management positions, including Vice Chairman, Chief Operating Officer, President of AOL Services and Chief Financial and Administrative Officer. Mr. Minson first joined Time Warner Cable in 2006 as Senior Vice President of Finance and the following year, in 2007, he assumed the role of Executive Vice President and Deputy CFO.

Prior to joining Time Warner Cable, Mr. Minson was Senior Vice President, Corporate Finance and Development at AOL. He joined AOL in 2004 as Senior Vice President of Finance for AOL’s Broadband, Premium and Platform Services Division. He also worked at Rainbow Media Holdings, Inc. (now AMC Networks) as Senior Vice President of Finance and, before that, as Vice President of Business Operations. From 1998 to 2000, he worked in the finance department at Time Warner Inc.

Mr. Minson began his career in the Audit Practice of Ernst & Young LLP, where he became a CPA. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a BSBA in Accounting and he holds an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Columbia Business School.

Time Warner Cable is among the largest providers of video, high-speed data and voice services in the U.S., connecting more than 15 million customers to entertainment, information and each other.

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