In addition to Eastern Management, he founded two other software and database management companies. He has served on the board of directors of numerous publicly traded, and private technology companies.
At The Eastern Management Group, he has managed thousands of the company's research assignments for major technology businesses and service providers worldwide.
John Malone is a former executive with AT&T. While there he developed the first call center.
He has advised Members and Staff of The US House of Representatives, US Senate, Department of Justice, FCC, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, State Legislatures, State Regulatory Commissions and the European Commission. He has testified extensively before the US Congress, state legislatures, and regulatory agencies on technology matters. His research and analysis of telecommunications and Internet policy have been presented at the Cato Institute and FreedomWorks.
His insights and views have been frequently reported in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Business Week. Fortune magazine called John Malone the leading analyst in the industry.
John Malone has served on the Board of Directors of American Fiber Systems acquired by Zayo, Valere Power acquired by Eltek Energy, In Motion Technology acquired by Sierra Wireless, Phaethon Communications acquired by TeraXion, Applied Digital Access acquired by Dynatech, VINA Technologies acquired by Larscom, and Larscom acquired by Verilink. He also served on the University of Dayton Alumni Board of Directors. He holds a BS and MBA from the University of Dayton.