Today’s CFOs on the Move

The CFO of Juno Online Services leaves; Evans & Sutherland names new top financial executive.
Jennifer CaplanDecember 26, 2000
  • Jumpin’ Juno: Internet services provider Juno Online Services announced on December 24 that Rick Eaton, its CFO, plans to resign to pursue other opportunities. Eaton will leave the company in the first quarter, after the completion of Juno’s 2000 financial statements. The New York- based company named Harshan Bhangdia, Juno’s senior vice president and corporate controller, as temporary CFO, while the company searches for a full-time replacement. In 2000, Eaton earned $125,000 in annual salary and $125,000 in bonus.
  • Headed South: Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation, a Salt Lake City- based hardware and software maker, said on Friday it named William Thomas as CFO. Thomas replaces Richard Gaynor, who, the company said, returned to Boston for personal reasons. Thomas joined Evans & Sutherland earlier this year as vice president of finance for the company’s simulation group. Before joining Evans & Sutherland, Thomas was CFO at Stanley Aviation Corp., and director of finance for Hughes Aircraft Co.
  • Ties That Bind: Same-day delivery company United Shipping & Technology, based in Minneapolis, named finance vice president Mark Ties to the CFO position. Ties replaces Timothy Becker, who will lead the company’s mergers and acquisitions activities. In FY2000, Becker earned $391,000 in salary.
  • Listen to This: Audio and voice- enhancement-technology provider SRS Labs announced on Friday that John Au Yeung has resigned as CFO and chief operating officer to take a position at another company. Au Yeung will continue in his present positions at the Santa Ana, California- based company until Feb. 12, and will act as an advisor to the company thereafter. In 1999, Au Yeung earned $192,000 in annual salary.

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