Lumos Networks is beefing up its management team again by naming Jeffrey "Jake" Miller as its senior vice president of business development.
Windstream appointed Randy Nicklas, who was rumored to have left XO Communications recently, as its executive vice president of engineering and CTO.
AT&T is looking to add 250 more new members to its workforce in North Carolina who will serve about 30 sites to fulfill growing demand for wireline and wireless services.
BTI Systems has beefed up its management team by hiring two telecom industry veterans, Eve Griliches and Jim Hintze, to head up new cloud and software-defined networking initiatives.
FairPoint is realigning its Vermont management team, announcing that Vermont President Mike Smith is leaving the telco in August. Taking over from Smith will be Beth Fastiggi, the company's vice president of government relations for Vermont.
FairPoint Communications has renewed its employment agreement with current CEO Paul Sunu for three years, according to a filing the telco made with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Level 3 Communications has appointed Jeff Storey as its new president and CEO, taking over from company founder James Crowe, who announced he would step down last month.
Stephen Carter, CMO of Alcatel-Lucent and president of the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, will leave the troubled vendor at the end of this month.
Jim Ousley, the CEO of Savvis, CenturyLink's data center and cloud subsidiary on Thursday announced that he will retire from the company on April 1.
Australia's National Broadband Network has suffered a setback with the buildout falling 10 weeks behind schedule due to what it says is a lack of qualified workers and "ambitious" targets.