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John C. Malone

Born: 7-Mar-1941
Birthplace: Milford, CT

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Cable TV billionaire, Liberty Media

Net worth $2.2B (Forbes 2008).

Wife: (two children)

    University: BS EE and Economics, Yale University (1963)
    University: MS Industrial Management, Johns Hopkins University (1964)
    University: PhD Operations Research, Johns Hopkins University (1967)

    Liberty Media Interim CEO (2005-06)
    Liberty Media Majority Shareholder
    Discovery Communications CEO, Discovery Holding Company (2005-08)
    TCI CEO (1973-99)
    TCI President (1973-96)
    General Instrument President of Jerrold Electronics
    General Instrument VP (1970-)
    McKinsey & Company (1968-70)
    Bell Laboratories (1963-68)
    Member of the Board of Bank of New York (1986-2007)
    Member of the Board of DirecTV (2008-10, as Chairman, 2008-10)
    Member of the Board of Discovery Communications (2005-, as Chairman, 2005-08)
    Member of the Board of Expedia
    Member of the Board of IAC/InterActiveCorp (2001-04, 2006-)
    Member of the Board of Liberty Global (as Chairman, 2005-)
    Member of the Board of Liberty Media (as Chairman, 1990-)
    Member of the Board of TCI (as Chairman, 1996-99)
    Bush-Cheney 2000
    Cato Institute Board of Directors
    George W. Bush for President
    John McCain 2008
    Leadership PAC 2006
    McCain 2000
    McCain for Senate '98
    National Cable & Telecommunications Association
    National Cable Television Association Board (1974-77 and 1980-93)
    The Nature Conservancy Board
    The Western Way PAC
    Phi Beta Kappa Society


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