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November 5, 2009 at 2:07 PM

More Clearwire exec shuffles

Kirkland 4G broadband provider Clearwire announced more executive changes today, including the addition of new strategy and marketing bosses.

David Maquera, former senior VP at Cricket Communications/Leap Wireless, is SVP and chief strategy officer reporting to CEO Bill Morrow.

Clearwire also hired Thomas Enraght-Moony, a former AT&T Wireless exec and Match.com CEO, as SVP and general manager of Clear Online, heading marketing, advertising and online sales and “customer management.”

“David and Thomas bring a record of leadership and depth of experience that further enhance one of the most experienced leadership teams in the mobile industry,” Morrow said in the release. “They bring fresh perspectives and insights that will be beneficial to our customers, partners and shareholders. I’m confident that their business acumen and vision will help Clearwire capitalize on the incredible opportunities ahead of us.”

Chief Marketing Officer Atish Gude, a Sprint and Nextel veteran, “is leaving Clearwire to pursue new opportunities,” the release said.

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