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CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Jan. 16

Raytheon, TD Ameritrade, Burlington Stores, Krispy Kreme, 99 Cents Only, Hawaiian Airlines, DigitalGlobe, Nuverra Environmental, Schwan Food
Joan UrdangJanuary 16, 2015
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Jan. 16

Anthony O'Brien

Anthony O’Brien

Anthony O’Brien has been promoted to the top finance spot at Raytheon, effective March 2. He will replace David Wajsgras, who has been promoted to president of the company’s intelligence, information and services business. O’Brien, who has been at the firm since 1986, is currently CFO of its integrated defense systems unit.

Bill Gerber plans to retire from TD Ameritrade at the end of fiscal year 2015. He has been at the firm for 16 years, and has spent the past 9 as finance chief.

Burlington Stores has promoted Marc Katz to head finance. Katz, previously executive vice president, merchandising support and information technology, succeeds Todd Weyhrich, who has retired.

Price Cooper has been named to lead the finance function at Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, effective after the company files its Form 10-K in April. Cooper, who starts at Krispy Kreme later this month as executive vice president, will take over for finance chief Douglas Muir, who said last year that he would retire. Cooper is a former CFO of Texas Roadhouse.

99 Cents Only Stores has chosen Bradley Lukow as its next CFO, treasurer and secretary, succeeding Christopher Laurence. Previously, Lukow headed finance since 2009 at Shoppers Drug Mart in Canada.

Shannon Okinaka has been named interim CFO at Hawaiian Airlines, taking over for Scott Topping. Okinaka joined the airline in 2005 and has been controller since 2011.

Satellite-imagery provider DigitalGlobe has named Gary Ferrera to lead the finance function, replacing interim CFO Fred Graffam. Ferrera is a former CFO of Intrawest Resort Holdings, Great Wolf Resorts and National CineMedia.

Nuverra Environmental Solutions has chosen Greg Heinlein to fill the top finance spot. Most recently, he was finance chief at ION Geophysical.

Robin Galloway has been appointed CFO and executive vice president of finance at The Schwan Food Co. She succeeds Jim Dollive, who is retiring. Previously, Galloway led the finance function at Wells Enterprises.

Corporate Resource Services has selected Joseph Ciavarella to head finance. Most recently a consultant, Ciavarella is a former CFO of AboveNet.