Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes' Pay Virtually Unchanged at $32.9 Million in 2014
He had made $32.5 million in 2013, making for a 1.2 percent gain for the latest year.
FCC Chair: End of Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal "Is in the Best Interests of Consumers"
The deal would have "posed an unacceptable risk to competition and innovation," he says, as the WGA, Parents Television Council and others also comment on the development.
It's Official: Comcast Drops Time Warner Cable Deal
"Today we move on," says chairman and CEO Brian Roberts. "We structured this deal so that if the government didn’t agree, we could walk away."
Sony Expects Highest Full-Year Operating Profit Since 2008 (Report)
Lil Wayne's Tour Bus Shot at in Atlanta
White House Correspondents' Dinner: Bradley Cooper, Martha Stewart Meet With Politicos and Media (Photos)
- White House Correspondents' Dinner: Obama Jokes About CNN, MSNBC, Hillary Clinton (Video)
- Russian Social Networking Website VKontakte Launching a Video Service
- Backing Down to Disney, Theater Agrees to Draw Curtain on Musical Featuring 'Spider-Man'
- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Was Paid $610,454 in 2014
- Greg Kinnear Exits CAA for WME (Exclusive)
- Time Warner Cable Stock Rises on Speculation of a Charter Bid
Backing Down to Disney, Theater Agrees to Draw Curtain on Musical Featuring 'Spider-Man'
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