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Yodlee Camps It Up

Former ICG exec Karen Camp joins Yodlee as CFO.
Michelle GabrielleMay 24, 2001
  • Yodle A Who? Redwood Shores, Calif.-based Yodlee Inc., a provider of aggregation services, named Karen Camp CFO. Camp most recently served as VP of finance and operations at Wayne, Penn.-based Internet holding company Internet Capital Group, and has also held CFO positions at IGeneration, Calyx & Corolla, and Markem.
  • The Culmination of a Search: Apogee Networks Inc., a provider of content and Internet-based billing platforms, appointed S. Craig Huke CFO. Before joining Saddle Brook, N.J.-based firm, Huke was CFO at Bluestone Software Inc., an Internet infrastructure software company that was acquired by Hewlett Packard Co. in January.
  • First Things First: First Leesport Bancorp Inc., a Leesport, Penn.-based financial services company, announced the appointment of Stephen A. Murray to the positions of SVP and CFO for First Leesport Bancorp and its subsidiary companies. Murray previously served as VP and controller for First Leesport.
  • In-house Provider: PolyMedica Corp., a medical products and services company, promoted treasurer Stephen Farrell to the CFO post. Farrell replaces Eric Walters, who has been CFO since 1990. Walters was named EVP in charge of managing the Woburn, Mass.- based company’s finance, investor communications, and medicare compliance functions. Farrell joined PolyMedica in 1999 as treasurer. Shannon Glidden, a financial analyst at PolyMedica, will take on the role of treasurer.
  • United We Stand: Kana Communications Inc., an E-business software maker that is merging with Menlo Park, Calif.-based software company, Broadbase Software Inc., named Brett White CFO of the combined companies, to be known as Kana. Redwood City, Calif.- based Kana said White would serve as Broadbase Software CFO until the merger closed. White was previously EVP of Internet consulting company, Marchfirst Inc. The Kana Communications-Broadbase deal was announced April 9. It is expected to close in July.
  • Clearing The Air: Fort Worth, Tex.-based Environmental Technologies Corp., a maker of air cleaning systems, announced that president David Keener and CFO Timothy Hinkhouse both resigned to pursue other interests. Both of them will assist the company in the short term as it sets up a new management team. In addition, the company said Rich Dykstra will replace Keener as president of Full Circle Inc., its wholly owned subsidiary. The CFO position remains vacant.