S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a rundown of executive changes in the U.S. technology, media and telecommunications industries.
* Marvel Studios LLC President Kevin Feige will become the chief creative officer at The Walt Disney Co. unit, The Hollywood Reporter reported Oct. 15, citing a statement. Feige will assume the overall creative direction of Marvel's storytelling across publishing, film, TV and animation. Ike Perlmutter and Dan Buckley will remain chairman and president, respectively, of publishing division Marvel Entertainment Inc.
* Star Jones will resign as president of Professional Diversity Network Inc., effective Dec. 31. Jones, a member of the company's board, will not stand for reelection as a director at the company's next annual shareholder meeting. Professional Diversity Network said in an Oct. 15 SEC filing that Jones' decision to resign was not due to any disagreement with the company.
* Full Alliance Group Inc. promoted Matthew Cook to chief medical officer. Cook replaces Louie Yu, who will become chief scientific officer, according to an Oct. 15 release. Cook will also be the lead author for the operating manual for the EBO2 machine.
* Alaska Communications Systems Group Inc. board appointed William Bishop to be permanent CEO and president. Bishop was named interim CEO after the departure of Anand Vadapalli in June and will also become a board member. He joined Alaska Communications in 2004 and has been senior vice president of customer and revenue management and COO.
* James Meyer entered into a new employment agreement to continue as Sirius XM Radio Inc.'s CEO through Dec. 31, 2020. Sirius XM Radio operates as a subsidiary of Sirius XM Holdings Inc.
* Pareteum Corp. on Oct. 9 entered into a separation agreement with COO Denis McCarthy. Under the settlement and release arrangement, McCarthy's at-will employment agreement was terminated, according to an SEC filing. The company did not disclose the reason for the move.
* Equinix Inc. appointed Michael Montoya chief information security officer. Montoya most recently worked at Digital Realty Trust Inc. as senior vice president and chief information security officer.
* Longtime AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. CFO Craig Ramsey will retire from the company, effective Feb. 28, 2020, the company disclosed in an SEC filing. Ramsey became CFO of the company in 2000. AMC named Sean Goodman as executive vice president of finance, beginning Dec. 2. Goodman will transition to the CFO role on the effective date of Ramsey's retirement. Goodman is senior vice president and CFO of Asbury Automotive Group Inc., an automotive retailer in the U.S.