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Age : 64
Public asset : 15,444,207 USD
Country of residence : Unknown
Linked companies : CVS Health Corp - Paypal Holdings Inc - Dell Technologies Inc

Mr. David W. Dorman is Founding Partner at Centerview Capital Technology Fund and Non-Executive Chairman at CVS Health Corp.

He is on the Board of Directors at Dell Technologies, Inc., PayPal Holdings, Inc., Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc., Firethorn Holdings LLC, Outlier, Inc., PayPal, Inc., Smartvue Corp. and Qadium, Inc. Mr. Dorman was previously employed as an Independent Director by eBay, Inc., a Principal by Chertoff Group LLC, Non-Executive Chairman by Motorola, Inc., Non-Executive Director by Phorm, Inc., Managing Director & Senior Advisor by Warburg Pincus LLC, a Lead Independent Director by Motorola Solutions, Inc., President & Director by AT&T, Inc., an Independent Director by Yum! Brands, Inc., Chairman & Chief Executive Officer by AT&T Corp. /Old/, Chief Executive Officer by British Telecommunications Plc, Chief Executive Officer by Concert, Chief Executive Officer by Concert Communications Services, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer by PointCast, Inc., Chief Executive Officer by Pacific Bell, and President by Sprint Corp.

He also served on the board at SecureWorks Corp., Central Intelligence Agency (United States), Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. and The Woodruff Arts Center.

He received his undergraduate degree from Georgia Institute of Technology.

Current positions of David Dorman 
NameTitle Since
CVS Health Corp
(Drug Retailers)
Chairman 2006
Paypal Holdings Inc
(Internet Services)
Independent Director 2015
Dell Technologies Inc
(Computer Hardware)
Director 2016
PayPal, Inc. Director -
Smartvue Corp. Director -
Firethorn Holdings LLC Director -
Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc. Trustee 2000
Outlier, Inc. Director -
Qadium, Inc. Independent Director -
Centerview Capital Technology Fund Founding Partner 2013

Holdings of David Dorman 
CVS Health (CVS)
Drug Retailers
80,3380.0079%6,321,797 USD
Yum Brands (YUM)
Restaurants & Bars
66,1730.020%5,597,574 USD
PayPal Holdings (PYPL)
Internet Services
33,3910.0028%2,848,920 USD
Dell Technologies (DVMT)
Computer Hardware
3,1530.0016%226,070 USD

David Dorman : Personal Network 

Biography of David Dorman 
David W. Dorman (born 1954) is an American Telecommunications executive and is currently the non-executive chairman of Motorola.

In 2000, he took on the task of rebuilding AT&T, whose market capitalization had fallen from a high of $110 billion to a low of less than $11 billion. Prior to SBC Communications's acquisition of AT&T Corp. on 18 November 2005, Dorman was chairman and chief executive officer of AT&T.

Early life and education
Dorman was born in Georgia, and graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1975, with a bachelor's degree in industrial management.

Early career
He joined a company that was to become Sprint Communications in 1981, as employee number 55, and climbed to become President of Sprint Business - with 10,000 employees and revenues of $4.5Bn.

In 1994 and the age of 39, Dorman became youngest President and CEO of a BabyBell at Pacific Bell, a division of Pacific Telesis. The company was taken over by SBC Communications in 1997, and after being reassigned as Executive Vice President, Dorman resigned to join [(dotcom)|PointCast] as CEO - an early news aggregation service. After PointCast failed, Dorman left to become Chief Executive Officer of Concert Communications Services, the joint venture between BT and AT&T.

Later career
After Concert failed, Dorman became President of AT&T with C. Michael Armstrong serving as CEO. At about this time, it was decided to breakup AT&T's 4 divisions (AT&T Wireless, AT&T Broadband, AT&T Consumer, and AT&T Business). AT&T Wireless was spun off to become Cingular in 2001. AT&T Broadband was sold to Comcast in 2002 - resulting in Chairman C Michael Armstrong leaving AT&T to run the new Comcast and Dorman became CEO and Chairman of AT&T.

With AT&T still under considerable debt because of the enormous costs of creating AT&T Broadband that did not all follow the division to Comcast, Dorman shed AT&T Consumer in order to negotiate a merger with BellSouth that would make him CEO after BellSouth CEO F. Duane Ackerman's planned retirement. However, the deal fell apart when, on 18 November 2005, SBC Communications purchased AT&T. Dorman served as President of the combined company for a short while.

On April 10, 2014, Dorman was appointed to be an independent director on eBay's board of directors.

Source @ Wikipedia

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David Dorman : Connections 
Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc.
Rollins College (Florida)
Dartmouth College
National Academy of Engineering
Flextronics Corp.

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