Ken Bentley Exits Bonneville Telecom To Spearhead Unidentified Buyout Group


Bonneville Telecommunications Corp. faces an uncertain future following the sudden departure of Ken Bentley, the unit's president. Bentley left the firm late last month, shortly after BTC's parent company acknowledged that the quote vendor and data broadcasting network had been put up for sale (MTR, February 1986).

Bentley left immediately following a February 21st board meeting at which he reportedly clashed with directors over details of plans for the network's sale. He resigned "due to an

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