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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Time Warner Cable VP To Speak At Pitt-Bradford


BRADFORD, Pa. – Beth Plummer, regional vice president of sales for Time Warner Cable, will be the first speaker in the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Executive Speaker Series this year.

Plummer will speak from 11 a.m. to noon Oct. 20 in the Bromeley Family Theater in Blaisdell Hall.

The event is free and open to the public.

A time for coffee and networking will be held at 10:30 a.m. in the KOA Speer Electronics Lobby. No reservations are necessary.

Plummer will speak about technology and customer service for business customers in the media sales business unit, which provides marketing services to local businesses using several television and digital products.

Time Warner Cable is the second largest cable company in the United States serving more than 14 million customers.

The Executive Speaker Series is hosted by the business management program at Pitt-Bradford.


Anonymous said...

yay, like we want to listen to her after what Time Warner did to this part of the county.

yeah I know many of you will say get over. Well hard to get over when the ecomony sucks and many of are still suffering from it!

Anonymous said...

I think you need to look back a little further than when Time Warner entered the picture around here. They didn't create the mess. They only got some pieces and kept what they wanted; which was to be expected.

Anonymous said...

Your right. Time Warner didnt do anything you wouldnt have expected them to do. That doesnt mean that you cant boycott them also though. If they can do what they want so can the rest of us. You could not pay me to go listen to this lady now. I would rather listen to John Rigas speak

Anonymous said...

I'm not going to listen to the lady either but your logic doesn't make sense to me. I would think that out of the two the Rigas is who you definitely wouldn't want to go listen to. They created the mess that led to all the problems and hurt everyone around here.

Anonymous said...

That they did, they did something crooked, took a shortcut in an attempt to make this a better town. If they would have never been caught can you imagine what our town would be like now? They were always supportive of our town, and were giving alot back to it. Dont even try and tell me that you have never cut corners and done something wrong to get something you wanted. They did the wrong thing but they didnt have bad intentions@

Anonymous said...

I won't deny that they did good things but they ruined it all and tarnished all the good. What they did had the side effect of building up things around here; but I don't believe for a minute that it was for this town. It was a money making machine like all businesses. It was all about the money and if there was none to be had then they wouldn't have been doing it. They mismanaged it and caused everything to come crashing down.

This wasn't really an argument I wanted to get into. I just thought the sentiment of the original comment was directed at the wrong entity and I'll leave it at that.

Anonymous said...

I understand, and whats done is done. I have no need in arguing over it either. Personally I know more people that have been burnt by Time Warner than the Rigases

Anonymous said...

It all comes down to if the Rigas' wouldn't have been crooks....then Time Warner wouldn't have been the purchaser of their screw up and there wouldn't have been lost jobs. You certainly cannot blame Time Warner for consolidating pieces they purchased into already existing areas of their business.

I worked for Adelphia Corporate, got smart and transferred around the same time as bancrupcy and am still employed by Time Warner.

They are a wonderful company to work for. If you'd broaden your horizons out of the little town you live in, they you could still have a thriving career with them.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather listen to John too!! I still can't get over the fact that the government still has so many of you brainwashed! Did the Rigas make mistakes? Absolutely! Did the govt. use them for a scapegoat after Enron? Absolutely! The one fact that everyone seems to forget is that all these high priced auditing firms and the banks gave their stamp of approval! How come some of these clowns aren't in jail? How come nobody from Dick Chaney's Haliburton(who by the way was busted for screwing the taxpayers out of millions; a couple times)is sittin in jail? Bernie Madoff makes the Rigas' look like candystripers!! John is my friend and I'm tellin you, he never, ever meant to hurt anyone!! But, no matter what; some of you will never put a good share of the blame where it belongs! I hope it gives some of you a real fuzzy, warm feelin knowin you're safe from Big Bad John for the next 12 or 13 years! People have gotten less time for killin somebody!! Brad Jones

Anonymous said...

I'll agree that they weren't alone in it. I'll agree that they were enabled by the other companies. I'll agree that they were used as a scapegoat. However they assumed that risk when they did what they did. The fact that others got away doesn't really change what they or others under them did and got caught doing. They didn't have to be in the wrong place at the wrong time but they were and they and everyone around them got burned.