Eric Lundberg has been named to lead the finance function at TheStreet. He takes over for interim CFO Richard Broitman, who will return to his role as chief accounting officer. Lundberg formerly headed finance at ALM Media.
Jerome Rouquet has been chosen to fill the top finance spot at Federal-Mogul Holdings, succeeding the retiring Raj Shah. Rouquet will also remain senior vice president, finance, of the firm’s motorparts division.
Treasurer John Laws will add the post of finance chief at Enable Midstream Partners. He replaces Rod Sailor, who became president and CEO on Jan. 1.
In addition to his role as president of retailer Aaron’s, Steven Michaels has been appointed CFO and president of strategic operations. As CFO, he takes over for Gilbert Danielson, who will stay on as executive vice president until he retires at the end of the year.
Liberty TripAdvisor Holdings has promoted Brian Wendling to head finance. He replaces Christopher Shean, who has resigned. Wendling had been controller of the firm as well as of Liberty Media.
Brian Shelton has been appointed interim CFO and treasurer at RealPage, a property-management software provider, effective Feb. 29. He takes over for W. Bryan Hill, whose resignation will be effective the same day. Formerly, Shelton was vice president of finance at St. Jude Medical.
U.S. Concrete has named Joseph Tusa, Jr., to lead the finance function. He joins the firm from Emerge Energy Services, where he also held the top finance spot.
Finance chief Barbara Smith has been promoted to chief operating officer at Commercial Metals. Smith, who has headed finance since 2011, will be replaced by Mary Lindsey, previously vice president of tax and investor relations.
Church Mutual Insurance has promoted Jeffrey Steffen to lead the finance function. He is a former director of financial planning and analysis at the company.
Industrial firm Vectra has named Manavendra Sial finance chief. He joins the company from SunEdison, where he was senior vice president of finance and deputy CFO.