Leo J. Hindery isn't sounding all that upset these days about leaving the media industry. A month after being forced to resign as president of AT&T's cable operations, the 55-year veteran of the cable business signed on to become chairman of the Internet arm of telecommunications upstart Global Crossing Ltd. "With all the competition that this industry faces today, I'm glad to let someone else worry about it for a change," he says.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- Smartphones Are Killing Americans, But Nobody’s Counting
- Why a Pub in the Middle of Nowhere Was Named the World’s Best Restaurant
- Gulf Coast Oil Spill May Be Largest Since 2010 BP Disaster
- Marc Faber Asked to Leave Sprott Board After Racist Report
- Airbus Snaps Up Bombardier Jet in New Challenge to Boeing