President Trump Meets with Charter Communications CEO Thomas Rutledge
Posted by The White House
Today at the White House, Charter CEO Tom Rutledge announced that we’re building on our commitments to invest in America’s infrastructure and create good paying jobs here at home. With confidence in the deregulatory policies of the Administration and the FCC, Charter is planning to invest $25 billion in broadband infrastructure and technology in the next four years. In addition, we are committed to moving all of the former Time Warner Cable customer service calls from offshore to the United States, consistent with our approach at Charter, and will create new jobs to handle those calls.
We also announced the opening of a new, state-of-the-art, bilingual call center in McAllen, Texas. Investing in the communities we serve isn’t just good for the people we’re hiring, it is a critical component of the Charter operating strategy. Charter is committed to creating a well-trained, highly-skilled, diverse and inclusive workforce to support our customers, drive innovation and strengthen America’s economy.