Adelphia Communications is completing its move to Denver as its executives continue working to save the cable T.V. company from bankruptcy.
Bill Schleyer and Ron Cooper took over as chairman and president, respectively, in January, and immediately announced the move from the company's former headquarters near Philadelphia.
Schleyer and Cooper say they wanted to take advantage of the metro area's large pool of cable savvy people, who were left unemployed by the merger of AT&T Broadband and Comcast.
Adelphia's new Denver headquarters is expected to employ 120 people by the end of the summer.