As a follow up to the news story below about Charter moving their executive office to New York the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported this on August 6,2012:
Life in the Big Apple must be the pits. Why else would Charter Communications have to pay its chief financial officer about $760,000 to move to New York from St. Louis?
The big cable company says it is paying up to send CFO Christopher Winfrey to its new executive offices in New York. His relocation package includes $250,000, plus 6,600 shares of restricted stock worth $517,000 at the current price
Could this by why they can't afford the Pac 12 Networks?