Kaminitz named new HOT chief

After years of negotiations, the merger was completed last month.

May 30, 2006 09:10


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Cable company HOT has named David Kaminitz as its new chief executive officer, the company said Monday, six weeks after Ram Belinkov said he would step down from the position, having overseen the merger of Israel's three cable companies - Golden Channels, Matav and Tevel. After years of negotiations, the merger was completed last month. Kaminitz will start the new position in the coming days, having served as CEO of Internet and long distance calling service provider 013 Barak for the last three years.

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