Burns Joins Case's Revolution as First Head of Comms
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Burns Joins Case's Revolution as First Head of Comms

Revolution, the company established by AOL co-founder Steve Case in April of last year, has named longtime MCI executive Bradford D. Burns as its senior vice president of corporate communications.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Revolution, the company established by AOL co-founder Steve Case in April of last year, has named longtime MCI executive Bradford D. Burns as its senior vice president of corporate communications.

Burns joins Revolution after nearly a decade as a senior executive at MCI, most recently as senior vice president of public relations. During helped to build MCI’ss consumer, enterprise, and international businesses; managing communications related to its extensive merger and acquisition activity; restoring the MCI brand following a massive restructuring; and ultimately managing communications around its sale to Verizon.

“The interest in Revolution has been much greater than we could have ever imagined,” says Case. “As we strive to build Revolution into an iconic brand like Virgin, one that stands for the build-to-last values of a company like Berkshire Hathaway, we need a first-rate communications executive and are delighted to welcome Brad to the Revolution team.”

Burns will oversee internal and external communications, public relations, marketing, and brand development.

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