Posts Tagged ‘executives’

Toyota shuffles leaders, Blue Springs president promoted

by Published: June 23,2010

Tags: automobile industry, executives, manufacturing

NEW YORK — Toyota Motor Corp. is naming new leaders at five of its factories in North America and replacing two Japanese executives with Americans, saying the moves will give more authority to local managers. Steve St. Angelo, president of Toyota plants in Kentucky and Mississippi, was named chairman of both plants. Last week, Toyota […] [...]

JPMorgan makes senior management changes

by Published: June 22,2010

Tags: executives, investing

NEW YORK — JPMorgan Chase is shuffling the positions of three executives — including the naming of a new chief financial officer. Doug Braunstein is taking over as CFO. He was previously head of the bank’s investment banking division in the Americas. Braunstein is replacing Michael Cavanagh as CFO. Cavanagh will now serve as JPMorgan […] [...]

State alumnus named president/COO at Servidyne

by Published: June 16,2010

Tags: energy, executives

ATLANTA — Servidyne Inc., an energy efficiency and demand response company based in Atlanta, announced that the board of directors has elected. M. Todd Jarvis as the new president and COO, in addition to his ongoing role as president and chief executive officer of the company’s Building Performance Efficiency (BPE) Segment. Alan R. Abrams, who […] [...]

Denbury’s new executive team in place

by Published: June 29,2009

Tags: executives, oil and gas, succession

DALLAS — Denbury Resources Inc. reports that in accordance with its previously announced succession plan, Gareth Roberts, founder of the company, has stepped down as president and CEO, and is now co-chairman of the board of directors and chief strategist. Phil Rykhoek, current senior vice president and CFO, is the new CEO, and Tracy Evans, […] [...]

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