Roundup: C&WC, San Luis notebooks, SCT

Friday, January 28, 2011

Cable & Wireless Communications (C&WC) has cut three senior executives from its Caribbean unit LIME, a spokesperson for C&WC told BNamericas, confirming a news report.

The executives are chief commercial officer Milton Brady, executive VP for human resources Henry Reid and executive VP of legal and regulatory affairs Donald Austin. The latter will continue to work for LIME on an advisory basis.

C&WC described the move as a "realignment of the roles of its senior team to improve customer focus and speed up development of new products."

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The marketing function will be expanded to include customer solutions and customer segments and be led by LIME Jamaica chairman Chris Dehring.


Argentina's San Luis province will deliver 36,000 notebooks to primary school children in 2011, according to the provincial government website.

A first stage will see 13,000 notebooks delivered by March.


Mexican transport and communications ministry SCT will step up efforts to form a highly trained staff team to man its newly created space agency, SCT said in a statement.

The agency was set up to complement the government's project to purchase and launch three satellites worth 12.9bn pesos (US$1.04bn), to be used for national security purposes.

The announcement was made at a forum on human resources being held in Puerto Vallarta.