Goodbye, Comcast Twitter guy.
Frank Eliason, the social-media apostle who responded to tens of thousands of online Comcast Corp. customer complaints over the last two years, is leaving the cable company for a new challenge - helping banking giant Citigroup Inc. navigate the Internet to connect with banking customers.
Eliason's new title is senior vice president in New York, a sweet one for a 37-year-old who began his career stocking shelves in Clover, Strawbridge's former discount chain, in the late 1980s.
Thursday is Eliason's last day at Comcast. He chatted with chief executive officer Brian L. Roberts on Wednesday morning - not the typical departure in a company with 100,000 employees - and then a grateful public relations department threw him a party.