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"John Malone" redirects here. For the inventor of the unifon script, see John R. Malone. John C. Malone Born March 7, 1941(1941-03-07) Milford, Connecticut Residence Parker, Colorado[1] Nationality American Education B.A., Ph.D Alma mater Yale University, Johns Hopkins University Known for Media proprietorship Net worth US $4.5 Billion (2011)[1] John C. Malone (born March 7, 1941) is a leading businessman in the telecommunications and media industries, best known for his 24 years (1973–1996) as CEO of the cable and media giant Tele-Communications Inc. (TCI). Malone is now the chairman of Liberty Media [2] and CEO of Discovery Holding Company. He was the interim CEO of Liberty Media until succeeded by former Oracle CFO Greg Maffei. As of February 1, 2011, Malone surpassed Ted Turner as the largest private landowner in the United States, owning 2.1 million acres of land.[3] Contents 1 Life and career 1.1 Personal style 1.2 Philanthropy 2 References 3 References Life and career Malone was born in Milford, Connecticut. He graduated with the class of 1959 from Hopkins School in New Haven, Connecticut, and was a Phi Beta Kappa and Merit scholar at Yale University, where he earned a B.A. in Electrical Engineering and Economics in 1963. Malone also received a M.S. in Industrial Management from Johns Hopkins University in 1964 and a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Johns Hopkins in 1967.[2] Malone began his business career in 1963 at the Bell Telephone Laboratories of AT&T, working in economic planning and research and development. In 1968, he joined McKinsey & Company and in 1970 became Group Vice President at General Instrument Corporation (GI). He was later named President of Jerrold Electronics, a GI subsidiary. For 24 years, from 1973 to 1996, Malone served as President and CEO of Tele-Communications Inc. (TCI). Malone serves on the Boards of Directors for the Bank of New York, the Cato Institute, Expedia.com and the Colorado chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Additionally, Malone is Chairman Emeritus of the Board for Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. and Chairman of Liberty Global, Inc., and the DirecTV Group.[2] He served as Director of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) from 1974 to 1977 and again from 1980 to 1993. During the 1977-1978 term, Malone was the NCTA's Treasurer.[2] Personal style Malone reportedly shuns the limelight and glamorous lifestyle and takes his family vacations alongside long time friend Gary Biskup, in a recreational vehicle.[4][5] However, in business dealings he has been dubbed "Darth Vader", a nickname allegedly given to him by Al Gore when Malone was the head of TCI, where he demanded equity positions in cable programming services in return for carriage, and attempted to defeat the must-carry rules which protected broadcasters, a battle which the cable industry eventually lost in 1997 in the U.S. Supreme Court.[6][7] In 1994, Wired portrayed Malone on their cover as "Mad Max" from The Road Warrior, with an interview describing his battles with the FCC.[8] Philanthropy Malone donated 30 million dollars for a new building in Johns Hopkins' Homewood Campus. The building will be named Malone Hall.[9] He also donated $50 million to the Yale University School of Engineering and Applied Science in March 2011.[10] References Bibliography Billionaire Shell Game: How Cable Baron John Malone and Assorted Corporate Titans Invented a Future Nobody Wanted, L. J. Davis (Doubleday, 1998, ISBN 978-0385479271) References Notes ^ a b "John Malone - Forbes". Forbes. 2011-03-09. http://www.forbes.com/profile/john-malone. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ a b c d "Company Overview - Management". Liberty Media. http://www.libertymedia.com/overview/malone.htm. Retrieved 2009-02-11. [dead link] ^ For Land Barons, Acres By the Millions. NY Times. January 28, 2011 ^ "Darth Vader and the Sun King". The Independent. October 1, 2000. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/darth-vader-and-the-sun-king-700114.html. Retrieved 2009-02-11.  ^ "An RV Story... McMansions On Wheels". CampHalfPrice.com. October 15, 2005. http://www.camphalfprice.com/article.php/rv_story. Retrieved 2009-02-11.  ^ Jamie Doward (July 6, 2003). "Ruthless champion of Liberty". The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2003/jul/06/theobserver.observerbusiness7. Retrieved 2009-02-11.  ^ Mark Lewis (July 11, 2001). "Cable's Darth Vader Is Back". Forbes. http://www.forbes.com/2001/07/11/0711malone.html. Retrieved 2009-02-11.  ^ "Infobahn Warrior". Wired (magazine). July, 1994. http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/2.07/malone.html.  ^ http://releases.jhu.edu/2011/01/03/malone/ ^ http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/2011/mar/25/seas-nets-50-million-donation/ v · d · eAtlanta Braves Formerly the Boston Red Stockings, Boston Red Caps, Boston Beaneaters, Boston Doves, Boston Rustlers, Boston Bees, Boston Braves and the Milwaukee Braves · Based in Atlanta, Georgia Franchise History · Braves Museum & Hall of Fame · Award winners & league leaders · Records · No-hitters · Seasons · Owners and executives · Managers · Opening Day Starters (Atlanta · Boston and Milwaukee) · First-round draft picks · Broadcasters · Atlanta Braves Radio Network Ballparks South End Grounds · Congress Street Grounds · South End Grounds · Fenway Park · Braves Field · Milwaukee County Stadium · Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium · Turner Field Spring training: St. Petersburg Athletic Park · McKechnie Field · Municipal Stadium · Champion Stadium Culture 1897 Temple Cup · Continental League · Braves Bleacher Creature • Chief Noc-A-Homa · Homer · Rally · Braves TBS Baseball · Tomahawk Buzzcut · Tomahawk Chop · #715  · Francisco Cabrera game · Grand Slam Single · Randy Johnson's perfect game Rivalries New York Mets Retired numbers 3 · 21 · 31 · 35 · 41 · 42 · 44 · 47 Key personnel Owner: John C. 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