time warner cable (TWC:New York)
Director, Member of Finance Committee and Member of Marketing & Customer Care Committee, Time Warner Cable Inc.
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 41 board members in 6 different organizations across 9 different industries.|
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Mr. Don Logan served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Southern Progress Corp., a subsidiary of Time Inc. since 1985. Mr. Logan served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Time Inc., Time Warner's publishing subsidiary from 1994 to July 2002 and President and Chief Operating Officer from June 1992 to July 1994. He served as the President of Oxmoor House, book publishing division of Time Warner Inc. since 1978. He joined Southern Progress Corporation ...
60 Columbus CirclePhone: 212-364-8200
New York, New York 10023
Board Members Memberships*
Former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Director, Chairman of Media & Communications Group, Chairman of Media & Communications Group - AOL Time Warner - General Partner, Director - WCI - General Partner and Director- ATC - General Partner
Former Board Chair
Director, Chairman of Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee and Chairman of Executive Committee
Director, Member of Finance Committee and Member of Marketing & Customer Care Committee
University of Alabama at Birmingham
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