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Report: James Kavanaugh to Succeed Martin Schroeter as IBM CFO

James Kavanaugh, formerly senior vice president for transformation and operations at IBM (NYSE: IBM), has been named chief financial officer of the company, Reuters reported Thursday. Kavanaugh’s appointment took effect Thursday and he will succeed Martin Schroeter, who will replace the retiring Bruno Di Leo as SVP for global markets, …

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Bloomberg: Robert LeBlanc Named IBM SVP of Cloud Business

Robert LeBlanc, formerly senior vice president of IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) software and cloud services group, has been named SVP of the company’s cloud computing business unit, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Alex Barinka writes LeBlanc will report to CEO Virginia Rometty. Martin Schroeter, chief financial officer of IBM, said in an October earnings …

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Martin Schroeter to Become IBM CFO Jan. 1, Mark Loughridge to Retire

Martin Schroeter,  general manager for global financing at IBM (NYSE: IBM), will elevate to the chief financial officer role on Jan. 1, 2014 and succeed the retiring Mark Loughridge. Loughridge, a 36-year company veteran, will retire with the longest tenure of any CFO in the 102-year history of IBM after serving …

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