When Charlotte faced 12 straight days of rain in September, it was an annoyance for many residents. But it was stressful for James Ludington of Time Warner Cable, who had rain on his mind as crews worked on the company’s two new buildings on Crescent Executive Drive.
Bank of America Corp., Time Warner Cable and US Airways have something in common: They’re all on The Atlantic’s “19 Most Hated Companies” list, which the publication released this month. Bank of America, the only one of the three headquartered in Charlotte, is No. 19, with a satisfaction rating of 68 out of 100. “Customers [...]
Time Warner Cable is not expecting to raise its customers’ rates to cover a $101 million expansion that was announced Monday, a company official told The Mecklenburg Times today. In the expansion, TWC plans to build two buildings at its Charlotte facility and hire an additional 225 people over the next three years. But there [...]
Time Warner Cable today said it will spend $101 million to build a national data center on its Charlotte campus, a move that will create 225 jobs. The jobs will be added over the next three years, the company said. The project will also involve the expansion of a parking deck. Wages will vary by [...]
For those who haven’t noticed, there are a few extra NASCAR fans in town this week. With Charlotte Motor Speedway hosting the All-Star Race last weekend and the Coca-Cola 600 set for Sunday, hotels are packed, roads are jammed and checkered flags are waving throughout the region. It’s a sign that racing is still a [...]
Queens University of Charlotte has named a Time Warner Cable executive its 2010 businesswoman of the year. Carol Hevey, executive vice president of TWC’s east region, has won the award. She is the 26th woman to receive the honor.