IGT Takes Another Chance

Gaming company brings back its CFO after she left to join an E-commerce startup.
Michelle GabrielleFebruary 7, 2001
  • Back in the Game: Gaming equipment maker, International Game Technology (IGT) said that Maureen Mullarkey has rejoined the company as CFO. Mullarkey left Reno, Nev.-based IGT in July last year to become CFO for Zoho Corp., an E-commerce company. After her departure, IGT president and CEO Tom Baker had been acting CFO. IGT said Mullarkey’s appointment will take effect following all necessary regulatory approvals.
  • Broadening Horizons:
    Horizon Pharmacies Inc. said it appointed Michael Loy as its interim CFO, replacing John Stogner. Stogner will continue to serve as VP and will assist Loy in the transition. Loy, who has served Horizon since June of last year as a financial consultant and also serves as chairman of the finance committee. Over the past six months, he has worked on the company’s restructuring program. In 1999, Stogner received $140,000 in annual salary and $40,000 in bonus.
  • A Chip Off the Old Block: The Mid Atlantic Division of Centex Construction Co., a commercial construction services firm in Fairfax, Va., announced the addition of Jeffrey H. Roth, CPA, to its executive leadership team. Roth will serve in the role of VP and CFO. Prior to joining Centex, Roth served in executive roles with Kvaerner Construction and Trafalgar House Property.
  • A Smooth Landing:
    Carlson Wagonlit Travel, a business travel and expense management company in Minneapolis, announced the appointment of Nick Bluhm to VP and CFO for the Americas. He will report directly to Tim Hennessy, global CFO and Robin Schleien, president of the North American region. Prior to joining Carlson, Bluhm was VP and CFO of 24k Gold Points Rewards, another division of Carlson Cos. Bluhm also has experience in investment banking and management consulting with Dain Rauscher and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.