CFOs on the Move: Week Ending January 6

Lantheus Medical Imaging, Illumina, Ceridian, U.S. Auto Parts Network, NeoMedia Technologies, MYR Group, U.S. Rare Earths.
Joan UrdangJanuary 6, 2012

Robert Gaffey has retired from the top finance spot at Lantheus Medical Imaging Inc. and has been replaced by Jeffrey Young. Young joined the company as global controller in 2008 and was promoted to vice president, finance, and chief accounting officer last July.

Illumina Inc. has appointed Marc Stapley to lead the finance function. Most recently, he was senior vice president, finance, at Pfizer Inc.

Business-services firm Ceridian Corp. has named Lois Martin to head finance. She is a former CFO of Capella Education Co.

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U.S. Auto Parts Network Inc. has appointed David Robson as its new finance chief. He takes over from Ted Sanders, who will become an internal consultant to the company to aid in the transition. Previously, Robson was chief administrative officer at Mervyns’ LLC.

Mobile barcode-scanning provider NeoMedia Technologies Inc. has named James Doran to the top finance spot. He replaces interim CFO Robert Thomson, who will return to his position as corporate controller. Doran is a former chief accounting officer, corporate controller, and secretary of Suntron Corp.

Paul Evans has been named CFO and treasurer of contractor MYR Group. He succeeds Marco Martinez, who will become vice president of contract performance. Evans joins the company from Conex Energy, where he was president and CEO.

Mark Scott is the new finance chief at rare-earths exploration firm U.S. Rare Earths Inc. He is a former CFO and secretary of IA Global Inc.