Philly Tech People News 1/19/2014: Saridakis resigns as head of eBay Enterprise; SAP exec elected to NRF board, Monetate names Lehman as NA sales chief

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As previously reported on Philly Tech News, Chris Saridakis resigned as head of King of Prussia-based eBay Enterprise "for personal reasons"

SAP’s Lori Mitchell-Keller Elected to NRF Board of Directors (SAP Newsbyte)

ASUG Names Geoff Scott as Its New Chief Executive Officer (ASUG News)

Monetate Appoints Chris Lehman as Head of North American Sales (PR Newswire)

BlackBerry Hires Another SAP Exec, Eric Johnson, to Lead Global Sales (BlackBerry Review)

Bill Frezza, a long time Boston-based partner for Pittsburgh-based Adams Capital Management ($815 million under management), is transitioning out of the VC world to become a radio host, Fortune Term Sheet's Dan Primack reports.

Frezza has agreed to host a new radio program produced by RealClearPolitics and libertarian-leaning think-tank Competitive Enterprise Institute, which will provide “NPR-style content presented from a free-market perspective.”

He plans to remain a partner with Adams until his firm exits his remaining portfolio companies, which include BioLeap and Optellios in the Philadelphia area.

I look forward to hearing his future contributions.

Charter recruits Cox, AT&T, Sprint veteran Schultz to run sales and retention (FierceCable)

Comcast-Spectacor continues to reshape management team (Philadelphia Business Journal)

SCTE promotes Schankel to VP (CED Magazine)

PayChoice Names Former JPMorgan Chase Executive, Jonathan Wilk, as President (Marketwire)

The Judge Group Promotes John Battaglia to Chief Technology Officer (GlobeNewswire)

The Tipping Point (E-Commerce Version) (Jeff Jordan/Adreesson/Horowitz)

NBC Entertainment chief talks Leno, NFL and Peter Pan (LA Times: Company Town)

Chet Kanojia and Aereo Seek to Shake Up Television Industry (New York Times)