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CFOs on the Move: Week Ending March 22

The PNC Financial Services Group, The Men’s Wearhouse, Red Roof Inn, Quest Diagnostics, Ubiquiti Networks, MeetMe, Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Flotek I...
Joan UrdangMarch 22, 2013

Robert Reilly has been promoted to the top finance spot at The PNC Financial Services Group. He will replace Richard Johnson upon Johnson’s previously announced retirement, scheduled to take place in the third quarter. Reilly has led the firm’s Asset Management Group since 2005.

The Men’s Wearhouse Inc. has named Jon Kimmins CFO and treasurer, effective April 4. He joins the retailer from LF-USA Inc., where he was executive vice president – finance and operations.

Brendan Foley has been appointed finance chief at Red Roof Inn. He is a former CFO of Navigator Management Partners.

CFO Robert Hagemann plans to leave Quest Diagnostics by the end of May. A search is under way for his successor.

Communications-technology firm Ubiquiti Networks Inc. has appointed Craig Foster to lead the finance function. Most recently, he was a director in the investment-banking group at Credit Suisse.

MeetMe Inc. has selected David Clark as its next finance chief. He replaces Michael Matte, who will become executive vice president of finance until his resignation becomes effective on March 31. Clark comes to the social network from NutriSystem Inc., where he headed finance.

Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc. has promoted Michael Tomsicek to the top finance spot. He takes over from David McGirr, who will become a senior adviser to the CEO before retiring next year. Tomsicek joined the company in 2010 as vice president of corporate finance, and had been deputy CFO since July 2012.

H. Richard Walton has been selected to head finance at Flotek Industries Inc. A former consultant to the firm, he had been interim CFO since February.

Beacon Roofing Supply Inc. has named Joseph Nowicki CFO and treasurer. He had held the same posts at Spartan Motors Inc. since 2009.

Alison Dean will take over the top finance spot at iRobot Corp., effective April 5. She succeeds John Leahy, who is leaving the company. Dean has been at the designer and builder of robots since 2005 and had served as principal accounting officer.