Time Warner Cable said it promoted Arthur Minson to executive vice president and deputy chief financial officer.
Minson, a former AOL and Rainbow Media executive, joined the company in early 2006 as senior vice president of finance. He’ll report to Rob Marcus, senior executive vice president and chief financial officer.
“Artie is an exceptionally talented executive. He brings great intellect, financial acumen and a wealth of experience to this new role,” Marcus said in Monday’s announcement. “I am certain that he will continue to make great contributions to our company as a member of our senior management team.”
Minson came to Time Warner Cable from AOL, where he ultimately served as senior vice president, corporate finance and development, responsible for financial planning, budgeting, mergers and acquisitions and corporate financial administration. He joined AOL in 2004 as senior vice president of finance for AOL’s broadband, premium and platform services division.
Prior to that, Minson worked at Cablevision’s Rainbow Media Holdings, for four years as senior vice president of finance and before that he served as vice president of business operations. From 1999 to 2000, Minson worked at Time Warner Digital Media as executive director of finance and business development. He also worked at Time Warner Inc. as director of finance special projects from 1998 to 1999.
Minson began his career in the business assurance practice at Ernst & Young and spent several years as one of Time Warner’s external auditors before joining Ernst & Young’s merger and acquisition practice.
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