Feehan to remain Virgin Mobile USA CFO

Reversing his decision from September to leave the company, Virgin Mobile USA CFO John Feehan said he planned on staying with the MVNO.

Feehan said in mid-September that he would be stepping down to become the CFO of Lifelock, an identity theft protection company. However, he has changed his mind and will continue working for the carrier.

"It wasn't an easy decision to leave--and it became harder and harder as the day approached," Feehan said. "I have truly enjoyed all of the challenges and opportunities the job has presented to me from the very beginning. As I said on the earnings call last week, this is a great, dynamic company, one that I believe in and, ultimately, one that I believe has strong growth ahead of it."

Feehan joined Virgin Mobile in 2001 and was named CFO in 2006.

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