From the March 2010 issue of Treasury & Risk magazine

Careers

Chevron, the $167 billion energy company, said Matthew Foehr will become comptroller and corporate vice president on April 1. He will succeed Mark Humphrey, who is retiring. Foehr, 52, is currently vice president of finance for the global upstream and gas business. He joined the MBA development program at San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron in 1982 and since then has worked in its comptroller, investor relations and treasury departments. Foehr was named vice president of finance for the global downstream business in 2003.

Boeing, the $68.3 billion aircraft manufacturer, appointed Greg Smith corporate controller and vice president. He succeeds Rob Pasterick, who was named president of the shared services group. Smith, 43, had been vice president of corporate financial planning and analysis. He rejoined Chicago-based Boeing in 2008 after serving as vice president of global investor relations at Raytheon. Prior to joining Raytheon, Smith worked at Boeing in various finance positions, including controller for the shared services group.

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