Cincinnati Bell, the leading telecommunications company in the city of Cincinnati, OH, has announced that, as of October 1, 2013, Leigh R. Fox has assumed the position of chief financial officer for the company. Fox, a Golden Key honorary member and member of the Board of Directors, has been with the company since July 2001 and has held numerous roles in finance and accounting in the fields of network and operations, six sigma process improvement and product development. The newly appointed CFO held the position of vice president of finance for Cincinnati Bell Technology Solutions, the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, where he played a major role in the advancement of Cincinnati Bell’s former data center business, and he served as the company’s senior vice president of finance prior to the announcement of his new role. “‘Leigh brings not only a strong financial background but also broad strategic and operational experience to this role,’ said Ted Torbeck, Cincinnati Bell President and CEO. ‘His collaborative approach helps bring a variety of perspectives to the table and drives positive outcomes for our shareholders, customers and employees.'”
Congratulations to Board of Directors member Leigh Fox for his professional advancement, and we wish him the best in his new position at Cincinnati Bell!
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