CFOs on the Move: Week Ending May 18

AllianceBernstein, CSC, AmerisourceBergen, McGraw-Hill Education, Global Franchise Group, MEMC Electronic Materials, The McClatchy Co., Rimini Street
Joan UrdangMay 18, 2012

John Weisenseel has been named finance chief of investment-management company AllianceBernstein LP. He succeeds interim CFO Edward Farrell, who will return to his posts as corporate controller and chief accounting officer. Previously, Weisenseel was CFO of Standard & Poor’s.

CSC has named Paul Saleh to lead the finance function. He takes over from Michael Mancuso, who announced in February that he would retire from the information technology–services provider. Most recently, Saleh was CFO of Gannett Co.

Pharmaceutical-services firm AmerisourceBergen Corp. has appointed Tim Guttman to head finance. He has been acting CFO since February and corporate controller since 2002.

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Patrick Milano will become CFO and chief administrative officer of McGraw-Hill Education once that company has spun off from The McGraw-Hill Cos., which is expected to happen by the end of the year. Milano is now director of the program management office of the corporation’s growth and value plan.

Brand-management firm Global Franchise Group has appointed Lewis Loeb to the top finance spot. Most recently, he was CFO and treasurer of McAlister’s Corp.

Brian Wuebbels has been promoted to finance chief at MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. He replaces Mark Murphy, who is leaving the company. Wuebbels had been vice president and general manager – balance of system products.

Elaine Lintecum has been promoted to CFO and vice president, finance, at newspaper firm The McClatchy Co. She succeeds Patrick Talamantes, who was promoted to president and chief executive. Lintecum has been at the company since 1988 and was named treasurer in 2002. She will continue as treasurer in addition to her new posts.

Rimini Street Inc. has named Ed Schaffer to lead the finance function. He joins the provider of support and maintenance for enterprise software from the Internet advertising division of Monster Worldwide, where he was vice president of business operations.