Human Capital & Careers

CFOs on the Move: Week Ended March 21

Tiffany, Select Comfort, Polycom, Hologic, Hickory Farms, Iron Mountain, HMS Holdings, Callon Petroleum, Mack-Cali Realty
Joan UrdangMarch 21, 2014

Tiffany & Co. has selected Ralph Nicoletti to head finance, effective April 2. He succeeds CFO and chief operating officer James Fernandez, who plans to retire in July. Most recently, Nicoletti held the top finance spot at Cigna.

Bedding manufacturer and retailer Select Comfort has named David Callen to lead the finance function, effective April 7. Previously, he was principal financial officer at Ethan Allen Interiors.

Polycom has announced that CFO and chief operating officer Eric Brown is leaving the company, since it has decided to eliminate the chief operating officer post. Chief accounting officer Laura Durr has been named interim CFO at the video-conferencing-systems maker until a permanent replacement for Brown is found.

Glenn Muir, CFO and executive vice president, finance and administration at Hologic, plans to retire in November. He joined the developer, manufacturer and supplier of diagnostic products in 1988 and has been finance chief since 1992.

Specialty-food retailer Hickory Farms has named Joe Herman chief operating officer and CFO. He has been interim CFO since May 2013.

Iron Mountain has chosen Rod Day to lead the finance function. He has been acting CFO at the storage and information-management services provider since November.

Finance chief Walter Hosp has resigned from HMS Holdings, effective June 6. A search is under way for his replacement.

Joseph Gatto Jr., senior vice president of corporate finance at Callon Petroleum, has been promoted to CFO and treasurer, effective March 31. As CFO, he takes over from Bobby Weatherly, who will become chief administrative officer and corporate secretary.

Barry Lefkowitz, who leads the finance function at real estate investment trust Mack-Cali Realty, has resigned, effective March 31. Chief accounting officer Anthony Krug will become acting CFO.

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