Charter Names EVP of Biz Planning

June 26, 2014
Charter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR) has hired James Nuzzo as executive vice president, business planning. Nuzzo will oversee ...
Charter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR) has hired James Nuzzo as executive vice president, business planning. Nuzzo will oversee business planning for the company, working closely with the field operations, customer care, marketing, network operations, technology and product teams.

Nuzzo joins Charter from Cablevision (NYSE:CVC), where he served for 27 years, most recently as senior executive vice president, operations and business planning. Prior to Cablevision, Nuzzo worked for Rainbow Advertising Sales. He originally joined Cablevision in 1986.

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