• AT&T’s U-verse speeds into Indy
By CED staff
AT&T has launched its U-verse TV, U-verse high-speed Internet and U-verse Voice suite of triple-play services in parts of downtown Indianapolis.
“While residents in the Indianapolis area have enjoyed U-verse in the past, we are now able to bring this new TV choice to downtown customers,” said Brian Ducharme, vice president and general manager of AT&T Indiana.
At the end of January, two years after launching a VoIP service over its IP network, AT&T topped the 1 million subscriber mark for its U-verse digital phone service.
• Dordelman promoted at Comcast
By CED staff
Comcast has promoted William Dordelman to senior vice president and treasurer. He will oversee Comcast’s relationships with financial institutions, manage the company's capital formation activities and supervise internal financial processes associated with the company’s operations.
Dordelman most recently served as Comcast’s vice president and treasurer.
Prior to joining Comcast in 1993, Dordelman was an investment banker for nine years with Lazard Frères & Co., Morgan Stanley & Co. and an affiliate of Montgomery Securities.
• Vonage taps Rowan as CFO
By The Associated Press
HOLMDEL, N.J. (AP) – Vonage Holdings Corp. said Thursday that Barry L. Rowan is joining the company as its chief financial officer, executive vice president, chief administrative officer and treasurer.
Rowan replaces John Rego, whose resignation from Vonage was announced in January. The Internet phone service provider said Rego was helping Rowan transition into the job, and that his departure was "a mutual decision."
Rowan, 53, was the chief financial officer of Sprint Nextel Corp. affiliate Nextel Partners Inc. for three years. Sprint bought the company in 2006 for $10 billion.
Separately, the Holmdel-based company reported its fourth-quarter results on Thursday. Its shares fell 4 cents, or 2.3 percent, to $1.68.