by CIO Staff

Domino’s Delivers a New CIO

Feb 03, 20062 mins

Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, Domino’s Pizza delivered a new CIO.  Christopher McGlothlin, 41, was named EVP and CIO of the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based pizza chain today.  He reports to Domino’s Chairman and CEO David Brandon, and he replaces Timothy Monteith, who left Domino’s last fall to join manufacturer Masco. McGlothlin most recently worked for Yum Brands, which runs KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and other quick service restaurants, as its VP of operations technology.  He joined Yum Brands in 1995.  


Randy Epright (pictured at left), SVP and CIO of AIG’s home retirement savings business, AIG Retirement Services, was also made COO yesterday. In his expanded role, Epright, 43, takes on strategic planning and will be additionally responsible for extending best practices across all of AIG Retirement Services’ customer service operations and for making the business more efficient. Epright has worked for AIG since December 1995.  He’s held the SVP and CIO post at its retirement savings business since June 2002.

CurtCo Media, publisher of Robb Report, Worth and other magazines, hired Keith Fletcher as its first CIO.  Fletcher comes to the Malibu, Calif.-based publisher from Lowe Enterprises, a real estate developer based in Los Angeles, where he served as SVP and CIO for eight years.  At CurtCo, Fletcher reports to CFO Chris Fabian