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Charter CEO Tom Rutledge’s Pay Rises to $8.7M in 2019

Charter Communications chairman and CEO Thomas Rutledge received compensation worth $8.74 million in 2019, up slightly from $8.15 million in 2018 and $7.8 million in 2017.

New York Revokes Approval of Charter-Time Warner Cable Merger

Charter Communications, on Friday, faced being kicked out of New York state as a cable provider after a public commission voted to revoke its approval of Charter's 2016 buyout of Time Warner Cable.

Charter Loses 109,000 Pay TV Subs, Posts Lower Earnings

The cable giant, led by CEO Tom Rutledge, continues to face stiff competition from online video streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon.

Charter CEO Tom Rutledge Made $98.5 Million in 2016

That's up sharply from $16.4 million in compensation for 2015, with the jump coming mostly from option awards.

Charter CEO Sees Cable Bundle Surviving Cord-Cutting Trend

"There's a lot of reasons why the packages, the big rich packages, will stay together," Tom Rutledge told an investors conference.

Charter Doesn’t Need to Buy a Content Company to Be Competitive, CEO Says

Tom Rutledge also tells the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York that the Trump administration should bring regulatory "relief."

KTLA to Air Late-Season Dodgers Games to Honor Vin Scully

The final series of the 2016 regular season against the San Francisco Giants will be among those shown.

Charter Loses Fewer Pay TV Subs in First Earnings Report Since Time Warner Cable Deal Close

Following its acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House, the company, led by CEO Tom Rutledge, is the second-largest U.S. cable group, behind Comcast.

Europe’s Altice Closes Cablevision Acquisition, Expanding U.S. Presence

The $17.7 billion deal marks the European cable and telecom giant's next step and creates the fourth-largest U.S. cable operator.

Charter Closes Time Warner Cable, Bright House Deals to Become Pay TV Powerhouse

The combination of the three giant cable companies transforms Charter into the second-biggest provider behind Comcast, with president and CEO Tom Rutledge also adding the chairman title.

Charter-Time Warner Cable Merger Clears Final Hurdle

One condition Charter agreed to was that it would not launch usage-based broadband pricing or impose data caps.

Charter-Time Warner Cable Deal Gets FCC Approval With Conditions

The Justice Department had given its go-ahead with several conditions on April 25, with chair Tom Wheeler back then recommending the FCC follow suit.