Hugo Boss Chooses Next CFO and More Executive Moves
Fashion retail brand Hugo Boss has decided on Yves Muller as its new chief financial officer. Muller comes to the company from Tchibo GmBH, where he also served as CFO. Elsewhere in apparel, J. Crew has picked James Brett as its next CEO. Brett comes from the furnishing sector, where he served as the president of West Elm. Office Depot recently seriously reshuffled its leadership, with several executives taking on new roles and former Lenovo data center procurement leader John Gannfors joining the company as the executive vice president of transformation and strategic sourcing.
New CEO Joe Eazor is set to take over at IT services provider Rackspace. He has spent over 25 years as an executive in the tech space. Voice and messaging firm Inteliquent has added Coalition for Green Capital founder Reed Hundt to its board of directors. There is also a new board director at SelectData, where Mark S. heaney has been appointed.
In the life sciences and pharma sector, Alexion is adding multiple executive vice presidents: John Orloff will be in charge of research and development, Anne-Marile Law will be responsible or human resources and Indrani Lall Franchini is the new chief compliance officer. Braeburn Pharmaceuticals has a new CEO and president – Michael M. Derkacz, formerly of Teva Pharmaceuticals. Mike Ferguson has joined Ohr Pharmaceutical‘s board as the new chairman.
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