Richard Moss plans to retire as head of finance at HanesBrands at the end of the year, and the company has begun a search for his successor. Moss joined the firm in 2006 as treasurer and was named CFO in 2011.

Eric Shander

Eric Shander

Open-source software provider Red Hat has promoted Eric Shander to the top finance spot. He joined the company in 2015 and had most recently been acting CFO and chief accounting officer.

Controller Kimberly Boscan has been named interim CFO at Armstrong Flooring. She will take over for John Thompson, who is leaving the firm effective May 8. A search for a permanent replacement is under way.

Jack in the Box said finance chief Jerry Rebel plans to retire next year. The firm plans a search for a successor for Rebel, who has led the finance function since 2005.

Jeff Ritenour has been promoted to the top finance spot at Devon Energy, replacing the departing Tom Mitchell. Ritenour joined the firm in 2001 and most recently was treasurer and senior vice president of corporate finance and investor relations.

Financial holding firm CIT Group has chosen John Fawcett to head finance, taking over for Carol Hayles. He joined the firm as an adviser on April 17 and is expected to take over the top finance spot in early May. Previously, Fawcett led the finance function at Citizens Financial Group and Royal Bank of Scotland Americas.

Pangaea Logistics Solutions, which provides ocean shipping and logistics services, said that finance chief Anthony Laura has retired. Controller Gianni Del Signore will replace him.

Human-resources company TriNet Group has named Richard Beckert senior vice president of finance, and he will become CFO once the firm has filed its Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31. Beckert, who takes over for Bill Porter, had headed finance at CA Technologies.

Jason Bates has been chosen to lead the finance function at USA Truck. He most recently was investor relations officer and vice president of finance and revenue services at Swift Transportation.

Financial-services company HomeStreet announced that finance chief Melba Bartels has resigned, effective April 23. The firm plans a search for her replacement.

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