Home » Time Warner Cable » Currently Reading:

Time Warner Cable CEO Sees Pay Cut — Only Made $16.4 Million in 2011

Phillip Dampier April 5, 2012 Time Warner Cable 1 Comment

Britt

Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt earned $1 million less in compensation after his stock option awards and non-equity incentive bonus declined over 2010.

Still, the head of America’s second largest cable operator last year earned $1.25 million in direct salary and even more with stock awards and bonuses, for a total compensation package of $16.4 million.

The pay package, disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Tuesday, shows Britt also received nearly a half-million in miscellaneous compensation, including $346,395 for his personal use of the Time Warner Cable corporate jet and a company-provided car and driver.

In 2010, Britt earned $17.4 million in total compensation.

Currently there is 1 comment on this Article:

  1. Earl says:

    Here comes the usage based billing.

Search This Site:

Contributions:

Recent Comments:

  • William: I seem to be in the same situation. These are a few of the points I demand a solution to. Many of my clients have been paying for DSL Max though t...
  • finest food: Wonderful site you have here but I was wondering if you knew of any discussion boards that cover the same topics discussed in this article? I'd real...
  • diet pills work: Very good blog you have here but I was curious about if you knew of any message boards that cover the same topics talked about here? I'd really love ...
  • body boost: Hello, this weekend is good in favor of me, because this point in time i am reading this fantastic educational article here at my house....
  • Michael: I had U300 & 24mpgs (Max Turbo) internet. I called - spoke to a nice lady, who tried to rebundle me with a home line - not interested. I was alrea...
  • Kate: My 2 year contract expired in September and the bill jumped $50.00 for a bundle of voice, internet, and tv. I compared packages with competitors f...
  • AC: I have this distinct feeling that nothing will change since they pretty much never lift a finger and the revolving door bureaucracy will keep milking ...
  • Jim Livermore: I don't watch enough on YouTube to really notice, but the option to pay for an ad-free experience would be nice. I have noticed Hulu+ is lowering the ...
  • Rob: Interesting that big cable's response has absolutely nothing to do with the internet speed C Spire's Fiber to the Home is bringing to Mississippians. ...
  • C: It's about time they do something about this problem. I've been an AT&T customer for 10yrs and this month was the first time I went over the 5gb a...
  • d0764: I would actually be ok with paying $5 a month to get rid of the ads. As long as the only thing that goes are the ads with the subscription. The rest b...
  • Herb Finn: Weigel also licences the bulk of the key and evergreen classic TV shows in the CBS owned CBS/Viacom/Desilu/Paramount/Speling TV library, so they HAD t...

Your Account: