David Haigh Moves over to Charter

Charter_LogoCharter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR) has hired David Haigh as regional vice president of inside plant, based in Madison, WI. Haigh comes to Charter from Midcontinent Communications, where he spent 10 years as the company's lead engineer.

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