Anadigics CEO, SVP resign; Time Warner CEO Bewkes' 2010 compensation hits $26.1 million

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> Broadband equipment vendor Anadigics is mum beyond announcing that its President-CEO Mario Rivas and SVP Greg White have resigned and that SVP/CTO Ron Michaels is the new CEO. Story.

> Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes saw his 2010 compensation rise 35 percent in 2010, reaching $26.1 million, with a salary of $2 million and a performance bonus of $14.4 million, along with stock and options grants that saw a boost in value. Story.

> Netflix is following the old advice, "When in Washington, do as Washingtonians do: schmooze." Story.

> Amazon.com has launched a cloud music service that it's making available online and from Android devices. Story.

> Verizon is claiming to be the "first service provider to announce (a) 100G deployment" on its U.S. backbone network. Story.

And finally ... you never read this about Comcast and NBCUniversal, but investment research firm Stifel Nicolaus notes that "an air of inevitability" is blanketing Washington and Wall Street over AT&T's proposed T-Mobile takeover. Story.

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