CFO appointments at Harris Interactive, Radiologix and Vought Aircraft
Harris Interactive, the US market research company, has appointed Frank Connolly as its new CFO. Connolly's career in corporate finance spans more than 20 years and he was most recently CFO at Modem Media, an interactive marketing services company. He replaces Bruce Newman who becomes executive vice president for finance. There will also soon be a new CFO at US healthcare company Radiologix. Michael Murdock will take up the role on February 1, replacing Richard Sabolik. Murdock spent 13 years at American Medical International (AMI), which then became American Medical Holdings (AMH). During his time there he was involved in the $3.4 billion leveraged buyout of AMI, the $250 million IPO of AMH, as well as the refinancing of $210 million of subordinated debt. He also played a key role in reducing AMH's debt by $1.8 billion over five years.
And finally, a new CFO has just arrived at Vought Aircraft Industries in the form of Lloyd Sorenson (or ?Skip? to his friends). He replaces William McMillan who recently retired from the US aerostructures supply company. Sorenson was previously corporate controller at electronics company Dell and, before that, spent 15 years working in the aerospace and defence industry.