Peter C. Stern, executive vice president/Chief Strategy Officer at Time Warner Cable, will assume additional responsibility as Chief People Officer and leader of Corporate Development. Stern will continue to report to Chairman/CEO Glenn Britt, and he will retain responsibility for shaping the company’s strategy and oversight of its residential broadband and phone businesses. His new duties include all corporate human resources functions, including organization design, talent planning and acquisition, people development, compensation and benefits, and HR shared services; corporate development, including the company’s Intelligent Home security business; such wireless initiatives as community Wi-Fi; the company’s partnership with Verizon Wireless; and other new businesses. Stern assumes responsibility for human resources functions from Tom Mathews, who is leaving the company for personal reasons, and corporate development from Carl Rossetti, who is retiring at the end of the year.

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