Financial Executives: Keeping Track


CareFusion,
a $3.9 billion medical device company spun off from Cardinal Health in 2009, appointed Jim Hinrichs CFO. He replaces Edward Borkowski, who is stepping down. Hinrichs, 43, served as CareFusion's senior vice president of global customer support since January, and before that was its controller. Earlier, he was CFO of the clinical and medical products segment of Cardinal Health, and he also served as controller for a year. Hinrichs joined Cardinal Health in 2004 as vice president of investor relations after 12 years in finance and marketing at Merck.

Questar, a $3 billion natural gas producer in Salt Lake City, named Kevin Hadlock CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds Martin Craven, who is retiring in March. Hadlock, 37, served as CFO at Constellation Energy's Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. since 2008. Prior to that, he worked in investor relations at Constellation Energy. From 1999 to 2004, Hadlock worked in finance and management at General Motors. He began his career in 1996 as a credit analyst at Morgan Stanley, focusing on the transportation and utilities industries.

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