iceweb inc (IWEB) Key Developments
IceWEB, Inc. Approves Amendment to its Certificate of Incorporation
Jul 3 14
On July 1, 2014, IceWEB, Inc. obtained written consent from UnifiedOnline! LLC approving an amendment to the Company’s Certificate of Incorporation to increase the number of authorized shares of common stock from 1,000,000,000 shares of common stock, par value $0.001 per share, to 5,000,000,000 authorized shares of common stock, par value $0.001 per share; and to retain the class of its authorized stock known as preferred stock, comprised of 10,000,000 shares, par value $0.001 per share.
IceWEB, Inc. Announces Executive Changes
May 27 14
IceWEB, Inc. announced that on May 21, 2014 Mr. Mark B. Lucky, the Chief Financial Officer of the company, resigned his position with company effective May 31, 2014. On May 22, 2014, Ms. Ellen Sondee was appointed Chief Financial Officer of company. Ms. Sondee, 48, has been a Chief Financial Officer and Director with Scale Finance, LLC since 2012. Prior to joining Scale Finance, LLC, from 2001 until 2008, Ms. Sondee was Chief Financial Officer of the Television Group of Lincoln Financial Media.
Iceweb, Inc. Announces Management Changes
Apr 30 14
Effective on April 23, 2014, Iceweb, Inc. announced the Hal Compton, Sr. tendered his resignation from his position as a member of the Board of Directors of the Corporation and as Chief Executive Officer of the corporation. The Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Hal Compton, Sr. and elected Robert M. Howe, III to replace Mr. Compton on the Board of Directors. Mr. Howe previously served as Chief Executive Officer of the corporation from July 23, 2012 until January 14, 2014. From May 2006 to February 2007, Mr. Howe served as President and Chief Operations Officer of DualCor Technologies, Inc. Effective on April 23, 2014, Raymond Pirtle tendered his resignation from his position as a member of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Raymond Pirtle and elected Marc I. Abrams to replace Mr. Pirtle on the Board of Directors. Marc. I Abrams was the founder and former leader of the public company business sector of Singer Lewak LLP. Mr. Abrams has over 40 years of public accounting experience, including audits of publicly held companies, initial public offerings, private offerings, corporate reorganizations and acquisitions, evaluating business plans and litigation support. Mr. Abrams currently serves on the Board of Directors and as head of the Audit Committee of OFS Capital Corporation. Effective on April 23, 2014, Jack Bush tendered his resignation from his position as a member of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Jack Bush and elected Bernie Stolar to replace Mr. Bush on the Board of Directors. Bernie Stolar joined Google in February of 2007 where he is responsible for building in-game advertising. Previously, Mr. Stolar spent two years at Mattel Interactive, overseeing all of Mattel's software, online and computer-enhanced toys, including all product and business development, marketing, sales and operations. Effective on April 23, 2014, Ed Soyster, Nick Carosi III and Mark Stavish tendered their resignations from their positions as members of the Board of Directors and the Board of Directors accepted. The corporation did not replace Mr. Carosi, Mr. Stavish or Mr. Soyster. The Board of Directors further elected Robert M. Howe, III as the President and Secretary of the corporation.
IceWEB, Inc. Announces Newest CTC Customer Aviation Technical Services, Inc
Mar 14 14
IceWEB, Inc. announced the launch of a major project to provide high capacity fiber and microwave service at the Kansas City International Airport maintenance base. The service will support Aviation Technical Services, Inc. In late December, ATS announced it is locating an over 600,000 square-foot operation at the "Super Hanger" space near KCI Airport. The aviation maintenance company, which is based in Everett, Wash., plans on having 175 to 200 workers at the facility within the first 12 months of operation, with more than 500 working at the facility over the next three to five years. Some of the overriding considerations for ATS were carrier diversity, low latency and the ability to service everything from one unified network. In addition the company plans both fiber and wireless operations at the facility, as well as a deploying a server room.
IceWEB, Inc. Announces Service Launch for Carefree Caves Complex
Feb 12 14
IceWEB, Inc. announced the launch of a major project in the Kansas City area to provide the 550 Acre Carefree Caves complex and 4.2 million square feet of office park and underground buildings with advanced Internet, Phone, Video, HVAC and Sensor Control. New services will be delivered by internal fiber and by high capacity licensed microwave from up to 27 different carriers fed from the Company's Network Access Point, the KCNAP, which was part of IceWEB's recent merger with Computers & Tele-Comm, Inc.