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April 21, 2000 | Reuters
Bank One Corp. said Robert Rosholt will resign as chief financial officer, making him the first officer to leave the nation's fourth-largest bank since James Dimon was named chairman and chief executive last month. Rosholt, 50, who has been chief financial officer at Bank One and its predecessors since 1993, will leave May 1, the company said.
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BUSINESS
May 17, 1986
Fluor Corp., the Irvine-based oil services company, said Friday that chief financial officer George W. Mefferd, 59, will take early retirement, effective June 10. Mefferd, who has been with Fluor for 12 years, also is resigning from the board of directors. He said his retirement is "purely a personal decision." Mefferd said he had been considering leaving Fluor for some time but stayed "until the restructuring of the company was accomplished." A Fluor spokesman said no successor has been named.
BUSINESS
July 21, 1998 | BARBARA MURPHY
Edward A. Stoltenberg has accepted the post of chief financial officer at NewCom Inc. in Westlake Village. Stoltenberg has a long career in public accounting and has served as CFO in companies in all stages of development from start-ups to mature organizations. Previously, he worked at Arthur Andersen and Co. in both the United States and European operations.
BUSINESS
October 23, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
House of Fabrics Inc. named John E. Labbett as chief financial officer and executive vice president. The Sherman Oaks-based operator of retail fabric and craft stores said Labbett, 45, will be responsible for all treasury, cash management, management information systems and accounting functions. Before coming to House of Fabrics, Labbett was chief financial officer and vice president of Pet Food Giant Inc. in East Brunswick, N.J.
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