Robert MacMillan at Reuters reports Time Warner Cable’s chief financial officer, Rob Marcus, is looking forward to the turnover at the Federal Communications Commission. The current FCC can’t seem to find time on their schedule to green-light the split between Time Warner Cable and its majority owner, Time Warner Inc. “There’s nothing substantive that has currently arisen in connection with the FCC approval. They just haven’t put it on the agenda,” he told the Reuters Media Summit. Marcus declared he’s looking for “a little more rationality” from the FCC under Obama. Read the post here.