Dorman Joins Moto's Board
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT - News) today announced that David Dorman, the former chairman and chief executive officer of AT&T, has been elected to Motorola's board of directors effective 10 July.
"David is a proven leader with 25 years of leadership experience in the telecommunications industry," said Ed Zander, Motorola's chairman and chief executive officer. "He is an outstanding addition to Motorola's board of directors and we look forward to benefiting from his independent perspective, operational expertise and strategic insight."
Dorman, 52, joined AT&T Corp. as president in December 2000 and served as chairman and chief executive officer from 2002 through 2006. Previously Dorman was CEO of Concert, the global venture created by AT&T and British Telecommunications from 1999 to 2000 and chairman, president and CEO of PointCast Inc., an Internet based news and information service, from 1997 to 1999. Prior to that Dorman was as an executive vice president at SBC Communications. He assumed that title when SBC acquired Pacific Bell, where Dorman was named chairman, president and CEO in 1994. He began his career in the telecommunications industry at Sprint Corp. in 1981, and ultimately served as President of Sprint Business Services. Dorman serves on the boards of CVS Corporation, YUM! Brands, Inc., the Georgia Tech Foundation, and the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta.
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