Ed Kennedy

Director - Accounting at AT&T Inc.

Location:
208 S Akard St, Dallas, Texas, United States
Company:
AT&T Inc.
HQ Phone:
(210) 821-4105
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Last Updated 12/12/2016

General Information

Employment History

Senior XML Consultant  - Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Software Engineer III  - MicroTech LLC

Software Engineer - Contractor  - Red Hat Inc

Vice President of Marketing  - InternetSpeech Inc

.Net and SQL Developer  - Solstas Lab Partners

Education

MBA  - marketing , University of Notre Dame

Web References  

Internet Speech

Ed Kennedy to Market New Service Allowing Audio Internet Access Via Any Phone
SAN JOSE, CA-InternetSpeech.com, an audio Internet Service Provider developing a new service that lets people surf the Web and check their email using an ordinary telephone, announced today it has hired Ed Kennedy as Vice President of Marketing and Sales. Kennedy brings a wealth of expertise to his new position, with 20 years of experience in traditional marketing for major communications companies, as well as Internet-based marketing. They're developing a dynamite service that will appeal to a wide variety of market segments, including mobile business people, the visually impaired, and people without computer access," Kennedy said. Kennedy joined InternetSpeech.com in November 1999 from Entre.net, where he provided Internet startups with expertise in Web-based marketing, technology evaluations, e-commerce applications and venture capital financing. Prior to Entre.net, Kennedy was Vice President of Marketing and International Sales at Interfax LP, an IP telephony company, where he built the company from a "startup" to a successful company with operations in 25 countries. Before Interfax, he worked as an executive at Pacific Bell for several years in a variety of marketing positions and as a General Manager of a business unit of 300 employees. He also worked as a sales and marketing executive with AT&T and Sprint (SP Communications) prior to joining Pacific Bell. Kennedy has an MBA in marketing from the University of Notre Dame.

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Internet Speech

Ed Kennedy to Market New Service Allowing Audio Internet Access Via Any Phone
SAN JOSE, CA–InternetSpeech.com, an audio Internet Service Provider developing a new service that lets people surf the Web and check their email using an ordinary telephone, announced today it has hired Ed Kennedy as Vice President of Marketing and Sales. Kennedy brings a wealth of expertise to his new position, with 20 years of experience in traditional marketing for major communications companies, as well as Internet-based marketing. They're developing a dynamite service that will appeal to a wide variety of market segments, including mobile business people, the visually impaired, and people without computer access," Kennedy said. Kennedy joined InternetSpeech.com in November 1999 from Entrée.net, where he provided Internet startups with expertise in Web-based marketing, technology evaluations, e-commerce applications and venture capital financing. Prior to Entrée.net, Kennedy was Vice President of Marketing and International Sales at Interfax LP, an IP telephony company, where he built the company from a "startup" to a successful company with operations in 25 countries. Before Interfax, he worked as an executive at Pacific Bell for several years in a variety of marketing positions and as a General Manager of a business unit of 300 employees. He also worked as a sales and marketing executive with AT&T and Sprint (SP Communications) prior to joining Pacific Bell. Kennedy has an MBA in marketing from the University of Notre Dame.

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SCOTUS term : Publications : The Federalist Society

In my view, there is no principled distinction between "individualized consideration" racial preferences and "pure" preferences, but Kennedy clearly thinks otherwise.
Gonzales v. Carhart upholds a federal ban ban on some types of partial birth abortions. This is a win for social conservatives, but one with limited impact because 1) some types of late term abortions are still permitted, and 2) Over 90% of abortions occur in the first trimester. In these cases, there is no indication that Kennedy is willing to categorically forbid affirmative action or reverse Roe v. Wade in the foreseeable future. The first lesson of the just concluded Supreme Court is that Bush and Gonzales outsmarted Chuck Schumer, Ted Kennedy, Dick Durbin, the New York Times editorial page, and the faculties of all the top law schools. Thus, the incoherent mishmash created by Roberts and Kennedy (perhaps more by the latter) is lamentable. Although the record is not public, the wide speculation is that Justices Stevens and Kennedy voted in favor of rehearing in those cases, joining Justices Souter, Ginsburg, and Breyer, who previously announced their votes in support of the petition in a published dissent from the denial of cert in April. Roberts and Alito thus deserve credit along with Kennedy for this past term having been so successful.

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