Screen Star

Imax snags's Joyce. Plus, John Q. Hammons Hotels and more.
Michelle GabrielleMay 11, 2001
  • What a Show: Imax Corp., an Ontario, Canada-based maker of projection and sound systems for giant-screen theaters, named Frank Joyce as its new CFO. Joyce joins Imax from New York-based
  • Checking In: John Q. Hammons Hotels Inc. promoted VP and corporate controller Paul Muellner to the CFO post. For the past six months, Muellner has been acting CFO of the Springfield, Mo.-based hotel developer. In 2000, Muellner took home $137,000 in salary, $50,000 in bonus, and $2,057 in other compensation. Total Compensation: $189,057
  • Creating New Memories: Rambus Inc., a Los Altos, Calif.- based maker of memory-performance technology, announced that Bob Eulau was named CFO, replacing Gary Harmon, who is retiring. Eulau was previously an executive at computer and printer company Hewlett-Packard Co.
  • Stopping Traffic: F5 Networks Inc., a Seattle-based provider of Internet traffic and content management solutions, announced that it hired Steve Coburn as CFO. Coburn joines F5 from Vitessa, Seattle-based E-commerce network, where he was CFO. He replaces Robert Chamberlain, who is leaving to pursue other interests.
  • Wrestling With a New Title: Dundee Bancorp Inc. announced that EVP and CFO Ray Benzinger was named president and manager of the newly created Dundee Private Equity, a division of Dundee Wealth Management Inc. Joanne Ferstman was appointed as Benzinger’s successor. She will keep her current gig as VP of corporate development of the Toronto-based financial service holding company.