C&L: Commissioner Kathleen Abernathy to resign from FCC

Kathleen Abernathy resigned from her position as a commissioner at the FCC effective December 9.

Kari-Pekka Wilska resigned from Zarlink's board of directors.

Motricity appointed former Vodafone executive Irie Jenkins VP of program management.

AIRMEDIA named Scott Trichon VP of strategic business development, distribution and Roger Wood as executive VP of marketing.

123 Multimedia appointed Pierre Paperon as CEO, replacing Patrick Abadie.

Kevin Bachus resigned from the post of CEO, CFO, president and a director of Infinium Labs. Greg Koler has temporarily stepped into his place.

Richard Reece resigned his position of VP of finance and CFO at Belden CDT.

Broadcom appointed Maureen Grzelakowski and Nancy Handel to its board of directors.

Dwango Wireless named Rex Jackson to its board of directors.

Good Technology named Betsey Nelson, executive VP and CFO of Macromedia,  to the company's board of directors.

MRV Communications appointed Dr. Harold Furchtgott-Roth to the board of directors.

RSA Security appointed Michael Ross as regional VP of North American channels.

Raytheon named Maj. Gen. William Russ as VP of Washington Operations for the company's intelligence and information systems.

Tricell named James Reed, Neil Pursell, Adrian Sumnall and Neil Proctor to the board of directors.

WindChannel Communications appointed Blair Henderson as VP of business development for vertical markets.

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