Time Inc. has chosen Sue D’Emic to head finance operations at the company. She was promoted to the position from controller and senior vice president. She will succeed Jeff Bairstow.
Glenn Landau has been named senior vice president, finance, at International Paper, effective Jan. 1, and he will become finance chief when the company files its Form 10-K for the first quarter of next year. As such, he replaces Carol Roberts, who will retire on March 31. Landau joined the firm in 1991 and was appointed president, IP Latin America, in 2013 and senior vice president the following year.
Professional-services company Kleinfelder has appointed John Murphy to head finance. He is a former president and CEO of the Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa division of WSP׀Parsons Brinckerhoff.
WESCO International has chosen David Schulz to lead the finance function. Previously, he was chief operating officer at Armstrong Flooring.
John Richardson has joined plastic compounds and resins supplier A. Schulman as executive vice president – finance, and he will take over for current CFO Joseph Levanduski on Nov. 1. Richardson is a former CFO of Qwest Communications International.
TriNet Group has said that finance chief Bill Porter plans to retire but will stay on until the human-resources company appoints his successor, after which he will become an adviser to the CEO. Porter has served in the top finance spot since 2010.
Real estate, infrastructure, and transportation firm Florida East Coast Industries has appointed M. Bruce Snyder to head finance. He previously was senior vice president of finance and accounting at Related Cos.
Berlin Packaging has selected Steven Spiegel to lead the finance function. He takes over for Neil Schwab, who retired earlier this year. Most recently, Spiegel was finance chief at Regis Corp.
Marc Carroll will retire from the top finance spot at Black Stone Minerals on Nov. 11. The company plans to name his replacement at that time.
Polymer-products manufacturer Myers Industries has named Matteo Anversa CFO and corporate secretary, effective Dec. 1. Most recently, he was vice president, group FP&A, at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
CFO Michael Rogers has left biotechnology firm Acorda Therapeutics, but will remain a consultant to the company until the end of the year. Chief of business operations David Lawrence will also serve as principal accounting officer until a successor to Rogers is found.