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CEO shift takes Excite@Home into second year

Chief executive Tom Jermoluk is expected to step aside and take a chairman role, following the anniversary of the landmark deal between Excite and @Home Networks.

 

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Excite@Home chief executive Tom Jermoluk will step down and hand the post to president George Bell. One year after the landmark merger of Excite and @Home, analysts still question the deal.

"It was a very difficult year."

- Excite@Home CEO Tom Jermoluk

 


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