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Short Take: Covad chairman resigns

The chairman of high-speed digital subscriber line provider Covad Communications, Chuck McMinn, has resigned from the company effective November 1, a spokeswoman confirmed. McMinn, whose resignation was revealed in a recent federal regulatory filing, will join Cedent, an outsourcing startup. Covad chief executive Bob Knowling will replace McMinn as chairman. Separately, Covad has launched a 12-month, $50 million advertising campaign, the spokeswoman said.

    The chairman of high-speed digital subscriber line provider Covad Communications, Chuck McMinn, has resigned from the company effective November 1, a spokeswoman confirmed. McMinn, whose resignation was revealed in a recent federal regulatory filing, will join Cedent, an outsourcing startup. Covad chief executive Bob Knowling will replace McMinn as chairman. Separately, Covad has launched a 12-month, $50 million advertising campaign, the spokeswoman said.