Remote Outpost CFO Williams resigns. Plus, Adaptive Broadband and others.
Michelle GabrielleApril 19, 2001
  • He’s Out: Kent, Conn.-based Cyberian Outpost Inc., operator of online retailer, announced that Paul D. Williams III resigned from his post as CFO. His duties have been assumed temporarily by VP of finance and administration Michael T. Dylag and director of financial reporting Michael Bishop. Williams will assist the company as a consultant.
  • Well Connected: Adaptive Broadband Corp., a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based developer of high-speed, wireless Internet technology, named Alan Geddes as CFO, replacing Peter Maloney, who is taking the newly created position of SVP of corporate development.
  • Howdy, Partner: ARI Network Services Inc., a provider of partner relationship management and business-to-business software, announced that Timothy Sherlock joined the company as VP and CFO. Before joining the Milwaukee-based company, Sherlock was VP of finance and administration and CFO for Catalyst International Inc. , a Milwaukee-based warehouse management software specialist.
  • World Traveler: TBWA Worldwide, an New York-based advertising firm, announced the promotion of Neal Grossman to the post of CFO of its North American division. Grossman, previously CFO of TBWAChiatDay in Los Angeles, first joined TBWAChiatDay in 1987 as corporate controller.
  • In the Driver’s Seat: Irvine, Calif.-based Inc., a provider of online automotive commerce, announced the appointment of Hoshi Printer as EVP and CFO. Printer had also served as’s CFO from January 1999 to June 2000. Amit Kothari,’s Interim CFO, will resume his position as VP and corporate controller for the company.
  • Tripos Inc. CFO Colleen Martin will leave the St. Louis-based provider of discovery-research software for family reasons. Martin, CFO and secretary of Tripos for the last six years, joined the provider of discovery research software in 1989 as controller, and was promoted to VP and CFO in April 1995. Until the company appoints a successor, corporate controller and treasurer John Yingling will assume Martin’s responsibilities.

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