CFOs on the Move

Kellogg; Verizon Airfone; Ritz Interactive; TOKYOPOP; Apple Computer; i2 Technologies; Ultimate Electronics.
Stephen TaubJune 11, 2004
  • Kellogg Co. named CFO John Bryant as head of its international unit, which includes operations in Europe, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific region. He had been finance chief for three years. Jeffrey Boromisa, who has served as the corporate controller and finance chief of Kellogg International for the past several years, will succeed Bryant in the top corporate finance slot.
  • Michael Schwartz was named vice president of finance for Verizon Airfone. He will oversee strategic planning, business plan development, corporate finance, and financial reporting and administration functions. Schwartz was previously with Comcast, where, as area business manager, he oversaw financial reporting for the City of Detroit cable system.
  • Scott Neamand was tapped as CFO by Ritz Interactive, Inc., an E-commerce network. Before joining Ritz, Neamand served as finance chief of TOKYOPOP, Inc., a Los Angeles-based entertainment company.
  • Fred Anderson, who retired as CFO and executive vice president of Apple Computer Inc. on June 1 has been named to the company’s board. Anderson served in his former position for more than eight years and currently serves on the boards of eBay and E.piphany.
  • i2 Technologies, Inc., which earlier this week settled accounting charges with the SEC, named Richard Clemmer to its board. Clemmer has more than 30 years of experience in the technology industry, mostly as a finance executive.
  • David Carter has joined Ultimate Electronics, Inc. as its senior vice president of finance and CFO. He was formerly the finance chief of Good Guys, Inc. Alan Kessock, Ultimate’s CFO, was named senior vice president of operations.

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