Womens apparel retailer Christopher & Banks Corp. hired Steven Danker on October 23, 2006 as its first SVP of information systems and strategy. He reports to the Minneapolis-based company’s EVP and COO Monica Dahl.
In the November 1, 2006 issue of CIO, I write about the increasing number of CIOs taking jobs with technology vendors to broaden their careers. I spoke with one such CIO-turned-vendor, Margaret Thomas, about her decision to leave her post as CIO of Newton-Wellesley Ho
I received a copy of the following memo announcing Mitchell Habib's departure from Citigroup from a Citigroup employee… To: North America Operations & Technology EmployeesFrom: Rich Garside North America O&T
I just got word that Mitchell Habib resigned from his post as CIO of Citibank North America "on or about 10/24/2006," according to my source, who says no reason was given for his resignation. His last day is November 1.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) reported earlier this week on the bonus the CIO of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will receive this year. James Seligman, the CDC’s information chief, is one of
Yesterday, Circuit City announced that its SVP and CIO Michael Jones is leaving the Richmond, Va.-based electronics retailer “to pursue other interests.” Jones, 50, is staying with the company through mid-Nove
New York Life Insurance Co. shared a few personnel announcements from its corporate information department yesterday: The company hired BKF Asset Management’s CTO Mark Sanders as its own and promoted John Natale to first
Austin Adams announced last week that he will retire from JP Morgan Chase & Co. in October. The 62-year-old CIO has worked for JP Morgan since 2001, when joined the company upon its merger with Bank One Corp.
Kenneth Orgeron joined the law firm of Gardere Wynne Sewell http://www.gardere.com/ as its first CIO today. Orgeron comes to the Dallas-based firm from the largest law firm in Louisiania, Jones Walker, where he was CIO for eight years.
CIO’s sister publication Computerworld ran a story today warning IT managers that they may be fired, demoted or forced to resign from their positions if security breaches take place on their watch. The article points
Celerant Technology, a provider of management software for retailers, hired a former CIO of Casual Male as its COO. Jay Scheiner joined the Staten Island based company earlier this month. He most recently worked for Ats