Corporate People News in Brief (December 17, 2007)
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Corporate People News in Brief (December 17, 2007)

New York Times promotes Mathis to VP of corporate communications, plus a new hire at XsunX and a promotion at ATC.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—The New York Times Co. has promoted Catherine Mathis to senior vice president, corporate communications. Mathis was previously vice president. She has been with the company since 1997, and continues to be responsible for investor and media relations. Prior to joining the Times, Mathis was vice president of corporate relations at the Overseas Shipholding Group.

ALISO VIEJO, CA—XsunX, a solar technology company engaged in the build-out of its thin film photovoltaic solar module manufacturing facilities, has hired Victoria Kaloper as communications director. She will play a key role in helping to establish a comprehensive marketing plan for 2008 and in the development and implementation of new corporate, marketing, and investor communications programs.

WAUKESHA, WI—ATC has elected Randy Satterfield vice president of public affairs. He will assume the responsibilities of Mark Williamson, vice president of major projects, who will retire at the end of 2007. Satterfield will oversee state regulatory relations, real estate, environmental, local relations and corporate communications. ATC owns, plans, constructs, operates, maintains and will expand its transmission facilities to provide adequate and reliable transmission of power.

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